The Transatlantic Book Club: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #4) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 4 in the Finfarran Peninsula series.
- #1: The Library at the Edge of the World: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #1) (Paperback): This book is currently not available
- #2: Summer at the Garden Cafe: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #2) (Paperback): $15.99
- #3: The Mistletoe Matchmaker: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #3) (Paperback): $15.99
- #5: The Month of Borrowed Dreams: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #5) (Paperback): $16.99
The beloved author of The Mistletoe Matchmaker returns with an enchanting new novel, perfect for fans of Jenny Colgan, Nina George, and Nancy Thayer, about residents of Ireland's Finfarran Peninsula who set up a Skype book club with the little US town of Resolve, where generations of Finfarran's emigrants have settled.
Distance makes no difference to love...
Eager to cheer up her recently widowed gran, Cassie Fitzgerald, visiting from Canada, persuades Lissbeg Library to set up a Skype book club, linking readers on Ireland's Finfarran Peninsula with the US town of Resolve, home to generations of Finfarran emigrants.
But when the club decides to read a detective novel, old conflicts on both sides of the ocean are exposed and hidden love affairs come to light. As secrets emerge, Cassie fears she may have done more harm than good. Will the truths she uncovers about her granny Pat's marriage affect her own hopes of finding love? Is Pat, who's still struggling with the death of her husband, about to fall out with her oldest friend, Mary? Or could the book club itself hold the key to a triumphant transatlantic happy ending?
The Transatlantic Book Club continues the stories of the residents of the Finfarran Peninsula and introduces readers to new characters who they will surely fall in love with.
About the Author
Irish author Felicity Hayes-McCoy built a successful UK-based career as an actress and writer, working in theatre, music theatre, radio, TV, and digital media. She is the author of two memoirs, The House on an Irish Hillside and A Woven Silence: Memory, History & Remembrance, in addition to an illustrated book Enough Is Plenty: The Year on the Dingle Peninsula. She and her husband divide their time between London and Ireland.
“I was utterly charmed—a pitch-perfect delight.”
— Marian Keyes, bestselling author of Watermelon and The Break