SheDiscovers What’s New This Week

April 22, 2021

Three women. Three secrets. Three tangled lives…

Sid wears her independence like armour. So when she strikes up a rare connection with unlucky-in-love Finn, they are both determined to prove that men and women can just be friends. Can’t they?

Marin has the perfect home, attentive husband, two beloved children – and a secret addiction to designer clothes. She knows she has it all, so why can’t she stop comparing herself to other women?

Bea believes that we all have one love story – and she’s had hers. Now her life centres around her son, Luke, and her support group of fierce single women. But there’s something that she can’t tell anyone…

With her inimitable warmth and wisdom, Cathy Kelly shows us that in the messy reality of marriage, family, and romance, sometimes it’s the women in our lives who hold us together.

Praise for Cathy Kelly’s irresistibly comforting storytelling:

‘Honest, funny, clever, it sparkles with witty, wry observations on modern life. I loved it’ – Marian Keyes

‘This book is full of joy – and I devoured every page of it gladly’ – Milly Johnson

‘Filled with nuggets of wisdom, compassion and humour, Cathy Kelly proves, yet again, that she knows everything there is to know about women’ – Patricia Scanlan

‘Comforting and feel-good, the perfect treat read’ – Good Housekeeping

Get it here!

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New to Netflix – Downton Abbey The Movie

Gear up for the second movie coming to cinemas this year!

Turn back the clock with the Crawley family and their staff as they prepare for a new era and a royal visit. But even perfect plans can go awry.

Watch it here!

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MANSlaughter Podcast

MANslaughter tells intertwining stories about how one gunshot on a cold Wisconsin night in 1970 dramatically changed multiple lives. A bullet brutally tore through decorated law enforcement veteran LaVerne Stordock. Decades later, his niece, Dorothy Marcic, transformed herself into an amateur detective in a quest for truth and closure about that night. At the center of Dorothy’s investigation is Suzanne Brandon, LaVerne’s second wife, who confessed to the shooting — and who Dorothy believes completely escaped justice. As it follows Dorothy’s discoveries, MANslaughter explores questions around the psychology of crime, the ways women are made responsible in families, and the lasting impact of trauma.

A final encounter between Suzanne and Dorothy reveals a complex connection that even that gunshot cannot shatter. MANslaughter is based on the book, With One Shot by Dorothy Marcic.

Check it out here!