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Rosie Walsh


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aka Lucy Robinson

Rosie Walsh lives in Bristol with her partner and their son. Under the pseudonym Lucy Robinson, Rosie blogged for Marie Claire about love and dating, and published four novels in the UK. Ghosted is her first novel under her own name, and will be published in over thirty languages.

Genres: Romantic Suspense
 
Novels
   The Man Who Didn't Call (2017)
     aka Ghosted
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Rosie Walsh recommends
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The Two Lives of Louis & Louise (2019)
Julie Cohen
"Hugely original and heartbreakingly real."
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After the End (2019)
Clare Mackintosh
"Unforgettable and profoundly moving, this is a novel about the bottomless human capacity for love and endurance, even in the most heartbreaking circumstances."
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The Vanished Bride (2019)
(Bronte Sisters Mystery, book 1)
Bella Ellis
"Elegant, witty and compulsively readable - I think the Brontë sisters would have been delighted. A standout book."
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We Met in December (2019)
Rosie Curtis
"Gorgeously festive and romantic."
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The Daughters of Foxcote Manor (2020)
Eve Chase
"I adored this beautifully-written, riveting mystery. Chase is peerless in her ability to stitch together dark secrets and tantalizing twists with unforgettable characters and enthralling imagery. I am a die-hard fan!"
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The Choice (2020)
Gillian McAllister
"I literally could not put this book down. This isn’t a far-fetched psychological thriller; this is a deeply human novel about a split-second, life-changing decision any woman could find herself having to make. What would I do? I found myself asking, from the very first page. Razor sharp, brilliantly written, and utterly gripping. Highly recommended."
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Everything After (2021)
Jill Santopolo
"An emotional and uplifting tale of great love and great loss, and the seductive power of second chances. Nobody does page-turning, heart-wrenching love stories quite like Jill Santopolo."
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The Road Trip (2021)
Beth O'Leary
"This book is perfect."
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Before You Knew My Name (2021)
Jacqueline Bublitz
"I fell head over heels in love with this heartbreaking, beautiful and hugely important novel. Jacqueline Bublitz's prose is luminous and the up-all-night, just-one-more-page plot is brilliantly clever and original. Everyone should read this book."

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