"Readers will enjoy this lovely, heartfelt story (four stars)"
– Romantic Times
"...a story that is rich in human drama."
– New York Journal of Books
"...brings to life the heart and soul of the people caught up in this disaster..."
– Fresh Fiction
"Named as one of Ten Big Breakout Authors for 2015"
– Library Journal
"a riveting novel ... made the third-class passengers come alive for me in a way no other account has ever done"
– USA Today
"I loved this book. Hazel Gaynor is an exciting new voice in historical fiction"
– Kate Kerrigan, author of Ellis Island and City of Hope
"A phenomenal book that is a must read!"
Inspired by true events, THE GIRL WHO CAME HOME poignantly blends fact and fiction to explore the Titanic tragedy's impact and its lasting repercussions on survivors and their descendants.Read more
An unforgettable historical novel that tells the story of two little sisters - orphaned flower sellers - and the young woman who will be transformed by their experiences.
On sale, February 2015 (USA) & March 2015 UK/Ireland
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