The House We Grew Up In

The House We Grew Up In by Lisa Jewell

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The Bird children have an idyllic childhood: a picture-book cottage in a country village, a warm, cosy kitchen filled with love and laughter, sun-drenched afternoons in a rambling garden. But one Easter weekend a tragedy strikes the Bird family that is so devastating it tears them apart. Many years later something will call them home, back to the house they grew up in - and to what really happened that Easter weekend all those years ago.

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Lisa Jewell

A book by Lisa Jewell

Lisa Jewell was born in 1968.

After graduating from art college, she worked as a designer in fashion salons, then as a secretary, but felt at ease only in literary courses. For her first book - "Ralph`s Party" - Jewell started after she was fired, and a friend promised to buy dinner at a restaurant if she wrote the first three chapters. An unexpected and very loud success awaited the "party" in England. The next novel - "The Thirty-First, And Only" - was sold in the UK in half a million copies. Lisa Jewell is tipped for the laurels of Helen Fielding with her "Diary of Bridget Jones", but Jewell`s prose is much closer to classic English comedy than Hollywood standards, and therefore more elegant and funnier Twitter author https://twitter.com/LisaJewellUK Facebook author https: // www .facebook.com / LisaJewellofficial

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Lisa Jewell was born in 1968. After graduating from art college, she worked as a designer in fashion salons, then as a secretary, but felt at ease only in literary courses. For her first book - "Ralph`s Party" - Jewell started after she was fired, and a friend promised to buy dinner at a restaurant if she wrote the first three chapters. An unexpected and very loud success awaited the "party" in England. The next novel - "The Thirty-First, And Only" - was sold in the UK in half a million copies. Lisa Jewell is tipped for the laurels of Helen Fielding with her "Diary of Bridget Jones", but Jewell`s prose is much closer to classic English comedy than Hollywood standards, and therefore more elegant and funnier Twitter author https://twitter.com/LisaJewellUK Facebook author https: // www .facebook.com / LisaJewellofficial