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Some Day I'll Find You

Some Day I'll Find You

Richard Madeley's first novel plays beautifully into the heart of commercial fiction, a love story with intrigue and betrayal at its core

James Blackwell is sexy and handsome and a fighter pilot - every girl's dream partner. At least that is what Diana Arnold thinks when her brother first introduces them. Before long they are in love and marry hastily just as war is declared.
Then fate delivers what is the first of its cruel twists: James, the day of their wedding, is shot down over Northern France and killed. Diana is left not only a widow but pregnant with their child.
Ten years later, contentedly remarried, Diana finds herself in the south of France, sitting one morning in a sunny village square. A taxi draws up and she hears the voice of a man speaking English - the unmistakable voice of someone who will set out to torment her and blackmail her and from whom there can be only one means of escape...

Praise for Richard Madeley and Fathers & Sons: 'This penetrating memoir. Gosh, the man can write' Daily Mail; 'A surprisingly skilled writer... he constructs a very personal and touching view of how families develop through the generations' Independent; 'Shows a real inner strength and grace' Scotsman'; 'One of the most unusual and well-written celebrity memoirs we've ever read' Heat
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  • Simon & Schuster UK | 
  • 416 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781471112645 | 
  • July 2013
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The thrilling new novel from bestselling author Richard Madeley takes us into the glamorous world of the Kennedys and the steamy, sinister Florida Keys. Not until she was 16 did Stella Arnold learn the full truth about her father, how handsome, charming James turned out to be a cold-blooded, psychotic extortionist, racketeer and killer. Knowing now what her father was capable of, she decides to study psychology and the criminal mind, and to further her education in America. In the spring of 1962...
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Richard Madeley

Richard Madeley was born in 1956. He worked on local newspapers before moving to the BBC. He met Judy Finnigan when they both presented a news programme on Granada TV. Their eponymous TV show ran for seven years and was an enormous success. Richard Madeley has four children and lives in London and Cornwall.

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