The perfect beach read from the 'Queen of the Summer Novel' (People)
By Elin Hilderbrand
A heart-warming summertime story from New York Times bestselling author Elin Hilderbrand, about identical twins who couldn't be any less alike.
These twins give 'sibling rivalry' a whole new meaning . . .
Just because twins look exactly the same doesn't mean they're anything alike - and Tabitha and Harper Frost have spent their whole lives trying to prove this point. When a family crisis forces them to band together - or at least appear to - can the twins overcome their own prejudices and realise that the special bond that they share is more important than the resentments that have driven them apart?
Praise for The Identicals
'I read this one in a single sitting; it had me sucked in for the entire afternoon! If you are a fan of Hilderbrand and are looking for your next summer beach read, this one is a no-brainer. I think it's her best one yet!' - Clues and Reviews
'A compelling read' - New York Journal of Books
'I could hardly look away' - New York Times
Further praise for Elin Hilderbrand
'A gritty and moving read that oozes plenty of drama' - Heat
'A gem of a summer read with a glamorous location, elite lifestyle, and Hilderbrand's appealing take on the constant stress that fills the lives of women everywhere' - Booklist
'This book was a great read - you really care what happens to the characters. Perfect holiday reading. I didn't want to put it down' - Candis
'Touching and uplifting' - U Magazine
Elin Hilderbrand has a twin brother who is not a bestselling novelist. She does her best writing on the beaches of Nantucket as well as on the charming streets of Beacon Hill, in Boston. She has three magical children who beg her not to sing along to the radio or dance in public. The Identicals is her nineteenth novel.
You can visit Elin's website at www.elinhilderbrand.net, follow her on Twitter @elinhilderbrand or find out more on her Facebook page www.facebook.com/ElinHilderbrand.
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- Publication date:
13 Jun 2017
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Hodder & Stoughton