The Week I Ruined My Life

The Week I Ruined My Life
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Published: 24th June 2016
Format: Paperback 198x129mm
Extent: 304 pages
ISBN: 9781785300394
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Published: 9th June 2016

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To have and to hold,
for better, for worse

Ali Devlin isn’t the type of woman to have an affair…

But as her marriage to her childhood sweetheart Colin turns bitter, she begins to rediscover the woman she once was. She seeks solace from her toxic relationship by throwing herself into a new job that she loves, by confiding in her best friend Corina and, most dangerously of all, by spending more and more time with her workmate Owen – who just so happens to be passionate, charming and everything her husband used to be.

Then one heat-of-the-moment decision on a business trip to Amsterdam sets off a series of events that will change the course of all their lives forever.

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– Claudia Carroll

Caroline Grace-Cassidy

Caroline Grace-Cassidy is an Irish writer and actress. She trained as an actress at the Gaiety School of Acting before landing her first role as Mary Mull on BAFTA award-winning children’s programme Custers Last Stand Up. She then went on to appear in various productions for BBC, RTE, TG4 and TV3, alongside a variety of feature films.


Turning to full-time writing in 2011, Cassidy has published four novels. In 2012 Cassidy was a founding member of an all female Film & TV Production Company, for which she has written, produced and directed five short films. Her first feature film script is completed and in development. Cassidy is a contributor for Woman’s Way, U Magazine, Irish Country Magazine and has been a regular panellist for the Midday show on TV3 since 2012.

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