Finding Margo

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New Island, Jan 1, 2007 - France - 426 pages
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Margo Hunter and her husband Alan are driving through France, when she misreads the map and he subjects her to one of his rages. On impulse, Margo seizes the opportunity at a motorway cafe to slip away and hitches a lift with Grainne, an Irish girl-groom, delivering horses to a chateau in the Loire Valley."

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I picked this up after laughing at a blogpost written by the author. Since she entertained me there, it seemed a good bet that she'd entertain me in her novel too. It was a good call. I rarely read ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

I was born in Sweden and live in Ireland (married to an Irishman). I started my writing career by writing non-fiction and wrote two books about health and fitness (I am a trained fitness teacher). While writing these books, I discovered how much I loved the actual writing process. My then editor gave me the idea to write a fun novel based on my experiences as a diplomat's wife. This became my debut novel, 'Diplomatic Incidents' (the e-book version is called 'Duty Free'), published in 2001. I wrote three further novels, 'European Affairs' (now as an e-book with the title 'Villa Caramel'), 'Fresh Powder' (2006) and 'Finding Margo'(2007). The latter two were published by New Island Books in Dublin. In 2010, when the publishing industry started to decline, I broke away from both publisher and agent and e-published my backlist, along with two novels that were with my agent for submission. Since then I have written and e-published four further novels and, as a result, now have ten books out there in the e-book market worldwide. I write mainly in the women's fiction genre, some chick-lit, some contemporary romance, with two historical novels and two detective stories thrown into the mix. I enjoyed writing those but my first love is romantic fiction with a lot of humour and heart. My bestselling romantic comedy, Fresh Powder was translated to German last year and, with the title 'Frischer Schnee', is selling well on My website: http: // Blog: http: // Amazon author page: http: //

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