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Katie Marsh

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Katie Marsh lives in south west London with her husband and daughter. As well as writing novels she has a career in healthcare, and MY EVERYTHING was inspired by the bravery of the patients she met while working in stroke services.

Katie loves strong coffee, the feel of a blank page and stealing her husband's toast.

Genres: Romance, General Fiction
Katie Marsh recommends
The Farm at the Edge of the World (2016)
Sarah Vaughan
"An evocative and page-turning story of love and heartbreak, written in beautiful and poignant prose that captivated me from first word to final page."
The Maid's Room (2017)
Fiona Mitchell
"I loved The Maid's Room with its exquisite writing, married with a shocking and powerful story line that had me gripped and moved until the uplifting conclusion. A fascinating read about survival and the strength and resilience of the human heart."
We Own the Sky (2018)
Luke Allnutt
"We Own the Sky is a life-affirming yet heart-breaking wonder of a book about love in all its forms. Parental love, with the doubts, fears and joy that it brings and also the headrush of falling in love followed by the tough reality of trying to keep alive the magic once real life rears its head. The writing throughout is fluent and lyrical, full of humour and heart. It is one of the most raw and honest novels I've read in a long time - and yet Allnutt constantly finds the joy amidst the heartbreak - the chinks of light in the darkness."
The After Wife (2018)
Cass Hunter
"It was original, beautiful, moving and insanely addictive - I wept and I laughed and I will be recommending it to everyone I know."
The Lost Sister (2018)
Tracy Buchanan
"Twisty, emotional and far too hard to put down."
The Day We Meet Again (2019)
Miranda Dickinson
"One of the most moving stories I’ve read in a long time. It’s an epic love story about second chances, courage and finding the faith to follow your dreams. Beautifully written and heart-stoppingly romantic, it’s an absolute triumph!"
Bear Necessity (2020)
James Gould-Bourn
"Fast, fresh and very very funny. Moving effortlessly from comedy to poignancy, it's a story of joy, of connection and of the overwhelming resilience of the human spirit. Reading it made me want to dance. An absolute gem of a book."
The Best is Yet to Come (2021)
Katy Colins
"Joyful, uplifting and wise."
The Secret Bridesmaid (2021)
Katy Birchall
"I devoured The Secret Bridesmaid––it's as heady as champagne and as romantic as any wedding vow. One of the funniest books I have ever read. An absolute treat."
Stepping Up (2021)
Sarah Turner
"Humour and heart are everywhere in this book, and I went from laughter to tears in the turn of a page. Wise, joyful and very, very funny - this is a book to devour, a book to share and a book to savour. I loved it."

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