From the bestselling author of the award-winning HBO sensation BIG LITTLE LIES comes a captivating story of family, love, and the secrets that refuse to stay in the past . . .
One abandoned baby. Two sisters with a secret. A last chance to rewrite the past.
70 years ago, the Munro family disappeared without a trace, leaving behind their newborn baby.
When sisters Rose and Connie Doughty found her, they took her in and raised her as their own. Since then, the unsolved 'Munro Baby Mystery' has brought fame and fortune to their small island.
But years later, after her sister's death and the arrival of newcomer Sophie Honeywell, Rose begins to wonder if she and Connie made the right decision all those years ago.
How much longer can she cover up the lie that has sustained their community for generations?
And what other secrets are hiding on the island?
Praise for Liane Moriarty:
'One of the few writers I'll drop anything for' Jojo Moyes
'Moriarty writes vividly, wittily and wickedly' Sunday Express
'Riveting drama packed with suspense and secrets' Woman & Home
'So well written that it pulls you in from the first page' Reese Witherspoon
The Last Anniversary is a captivating story laced with mystery, from the bestselling author of the hit HBO series Big Little Lies.
One abandoned baby. Two sisters with a secret. One chance to rewrite the past.
There's some real grit here, seamlessly mingled with the frothier, more everyday elements, and the central mystery
A stunner several shades darker than typical chick lit . . . Moriarty's prose turns from funny through poignant to frightening in an artful snap
Praise for Liane Moriarty
Staggeringly brilliant, literally unputdownable
The writing is beautiful: sometimes funny, sometimes sad but always compelling
Moriarty writes vividly, wittily and wickedly
One of the few writers I'll drop anything for
So well written that it pulls you in from the first page
Keeps you guessing until the very end
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