A former journalist, Cathy was born in Belfast, brought up in Dublin, and says she always wanted to write novels. After a career as a feature writer, agony aunt and film critic, she began to write her first novel, Woman To Woman, on her dining room table
"The characters, with all their detailed idiosyncrasies, are authentically portrayed, and the peregrinations of the complex plot make for a fascinating journey and an excellent read."
A novel for and about women, a tapestry woven of romance and mystery, secrets kept and revealed, hearts broken and mended, dreams shattered and realized as destinies are rediscovered.
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"Sentimental and sweet. The Miller girls feel like old friends by the end of this well-rendered novel."
"Overlong but generally amiable second from Irish author Kelly (Someone Like You, 2001)."
"Commonplace story, but bestselling UK novelist Kelly has a wonderful flair for characterization and a gentle sense of humor: an appealing debut on this side of the Atlantic."