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International best-selling author Marian Keyes is back with another masterfully told story full of wit and charm. 'Name: Stella Sweeney. Height: average. Recent life events: dramatic.' One day sitting in traffic married Dublin mum Stella Sweeney attempts a good deed. The resulting car crash changes her life. For she meets a man who wants her telephone number (for the insurance it turns out). That's okay. She doesn't really like him much anyway (his Range Rover totally banjaxed her car). But in this meeting is born the seed of something which will take Stella thousands of miles from her old life turning an ordinary woman into a superstar and along the way wrenching her whole family apart. Is this all because of one ill-advised act of goodwill? Was meeting Mr Range Rover destiny or karma? Should she be grateful or hopping mad? For the first time real honest-to-goodness happiness is just within her reach. But is Stella Sweeney Dublin housewife ready to grasp it? Marian's stunning new novel The Woman Who Stole My Life is about losing the life you had and finding a better one. 'When it comes to writing page-turners that put a smile on your face and make you think Keyes is in a class of her own.' (Daily Express). 'Gloriously funny.' (The Sunday Times). 'Keyes manages to have you alternately blubbing and belly-laughing to the final page.' (Company). 'Not only is it a great story with funny loveable characters it made me laugh out loud.' (Stylist). 'One of those rare books that will swallow up your day without realising it. Romantic and uplifting it won't fail to put a smile on your face. Marian Keyes is back to her best.' (The Daily Express). 'A warm and hilarious page turner.' (Good Housekeeping). 'Funny but poignant.' (Marie Claire). 'A smart new drama from the awesome Marian Keyes.' (Heat). 'Full of twists and turns with warmth and humour on every page it doesn't disappoint.' (Closer). 'A modern fairy tale it's full of Keyes' self-deprecating wit.' (The Sunday Mirror).