Orion, 2003. A paperback copy in very good condition.
Ella Brady wants to make a documentary about Quentin's, the renowned Dublin restaurant that has captured the spirit of a generation and a city in the years it has been open. After all, every table in Quentin's has a thousand stories to tell: tales of love, betrayal, revenge, hope and despair.
Maeve Binchy is one of today's most successful and best-loved authors, read all over the world and translated into 30 languages Her last seven novels have been No. 1 bestsellers GUARDIAN fastsellers - SCARLET FEATHER and TARA ROAD took the No.1 slot and THE GLASS LAKE and EVENING CLASS both reached No.2 There are now over 5 million copies of Maeve Binchy Orion paperbacks in print 'Full of characteristic humour and warmth, a lovely read' SUNDAY MIRROR 'She is one of the few writers who can pull at your heartstrings ... The author's great skill is to draw you into the world she creates, so that reading her books is like gossiping with old friends ... This is a book which would be perfect self- indulgence on a summer's day or one to cheer a rainy one' DAILY EXPRESS 'Maeve Binchy is back. In exuberant fettle and fine form she's returned to the bestselling bookshelves ... QUENTINS, her new book, is one for her fans worldwide to really get into: another joyful, absorbing Binchy read with lots of heart' IRISH TIMES In the top 100 bestselling Irish titles Maeve Binchy occupies seven of the top twenty places including the number one slot
'This is vintage Binchy, complete with engaging character-driven plot and lively evocation of the 20th century...Binchy draws her characters with a loving hand, bringing back several from earlier books to add to the satisfying mix.' GOOD BOOK GUIDE 'Three years ago Maeve Binchy announced her retirement from novel-writing to concentrate on her garden and the odd short story. This isthe first serving of Binchy-lite, but hardened fans needn't fear - by interlinking her tales, Binchy has served up something strikingly similar to a full-sized portion of her traditional Irish stew....Just as filling as usual'EVENING STANDARD
Maeve Binchy was born in County Dublin and came to fame first as London Correspondent for the Irish Times. Her first novel, Light A Penny Candle made her famous in the UK and USA. She lives in County Dublin with her husband, Gordon Snell.