DOUBLE CHART SUCCESS FOR SHEILA O'FLANAGAN

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In its first week of sale, Sheila O’Flanagan’s latest novel HER HUSBAND’S MISTAKE (Headline, UK and Audio) jumped straight to the Number One spot on the Irish Times Bestseller list this weekend. Her international best-selling novel THE MISSING WIFE (LB Forlag, World Swedish) also reached Number One on the Swedish bestseller list last week.

HER HUSBAND’S MISTAKE tells the story of Roxy who, after twenty years of marriage and with two carefree kids, thinks she and Dave are still the perfect couple. Until the day she comes home unexpectedly, and finds Dave in bed with their attractive, single neighbour. Suddenly Roxy isn't sure about anything - her past, the business she's taken over from her dad, or what her family's future might be. She's spent so long caring about everyone else that she's forgotten what she actually wants. But something has changed. And Roxy has a decision to make. Whether it's with Dave, or without him, it's time for Roxy to start living for herself.

Sheila O’Flanagan is an international bestselling novelist, with more than 7.5 million copies sold. Numerous novels have been immediate and long-lasting No 1s in Ireland, UK Top 10 Sunday Times Bestsellers and Kindle Bestsellers, and she is widely published around the world. She is the recipient of the prestigious Irish Tatler Literary Woman of the Year Award.

Praise for Sheila O’Flanagan

'O'Flanagan doesn't skirt the pain of heartache but embraces it along with the humour (and imperfect judgment) that give her characters their aching credibility... Despite some dark themes, the book's overall tone is light and hopeful.' - Irish Independent on HER HUSBAND’S MISTAKE

‘O'Flanagan is one of our best-known, best-loved and most prolific women's fiction authors’ – Irish Independent

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THE MISSING WIFE

‘One of my favourite authors’ – Marian Keyes

O'Flanagan's writing is crisp and concise and her plotting deftBelfast Telegraph

'One of our best storytellers' – Irish Mail on Sunday

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