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**The Top 10 bestseller
It's never too late to change...**
After a health scare, 77 year-old spinster Barbara goes to convalesce in the sleepy picture-perfect English country village of Winsley Green with her sister Pauline. The sisters are chalk and cheese - Barbara, outspoken and aloof and Pauline, good natured and homely - so it's not long before the tension starts to rise.
When Pauline accidentally knocks down a vagrant called Bisto Mulligan, the ladies find themselves with another houseguest. As he recovers, it becomes apparent that Bisto is not who he first seemed and, as the sisters get to know the kind and courageous man he really is, it's clear Bisto could change both of their lives.
As the spring turns to summer, and the English countryside comes to life, can the three friends make the changes they need to, to embrace fresh starts, new loves, new journeys and new horizons. Or do old habits die too hard?
Funny, joyful and with a spring in its step that reminds you to live every day like it's your last. Judy Leigh has once again written the perfect feel-good novel for all fans of Jennifer Bohnet, Rebecca Raisin and Cathy Hopkins.
Praise for Judy Leigh's books:'Brilliantly funny, emotional and uplifting' Miranda Dickinson
'Lovely . . . a book that assures that life is far from over at seventy' Cathy Hopkins bestselling author of The Kicking the Bucket List
'Brimming with warmth, humour and a love of life... a wonderful escapade' Fiona Gibson, bestselling author of The Woman Who Upped and Left
What readers are saying about The Old Girls' Network:
'Loved this from cover to cover pity I can only give this 5 stars as it deserves far more.'
'The story's simply wonderful, the theme of second chances will resonate whatever your age, there's something for everyone among the characters, and I do defy anyone not to have a tear in their eye at the perfect ending.'
'With brilliant characters and hilarious antics, this is definitely a cosy read you'll not want to miss.'
'This is just one of those books that makes you feel good about being alive!'
'I thoroughly enjoyed The Old Girls' Network. I'd certainly be up for reading a sequel *hint hint*'
'A lovely read of how life doesn't just end because your getting old.'
'A great feel-good and fun story that made me laugh and root for the characters.'
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