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Publication Day for Lynda Page

It’s Publication Day for million copy bestselling author, Lynda Page.

All is Fairthe second installment in a saga that follows the tumultuous world and complicated characters of Grundy’s Fair, is released today by Canelo.

Through highs and the lows, good times and the bad, life on the fair is unforgettable.

Julie and Dicky Otterman arrive at Grundy’s fair with an extraordinary new act: the motorcycle extravaganza, The Wall of Death. This seemingly happy couple are the talk of the town, but all is not as it seems, and Dicky’s dark and violent nature means Julie lives in constant fear.

There’s always plenty happening at Grundy’s fair: Gemma knows Velda’s secret. Renata is finally with Donny. New member, the well-spoken Tom, catches the eye of Jenny, the Grundy’s lost daughter, who returned to the fair very recently…

Meanwhile, Sonny is away, angry and plotting. Amidst all the challenges the most worrying of all is betrayal from those closest to you. One thing is for sure: life on the fair is never simple.

Lynda’s first book in the saga, All the Fun of the Fair, received glowing reviews:

An excellent book with a captivating storyline with lots of interesting and diverse characters, what more can you ask for?” Goodreads reviewer

I absolutely loved this book. From page one I was drawn into the lives of all the characters… A thoroughly enjoyable read.” Reader review

This book is full of secrets, romance, heartbreak and a couple of twists I never saw coming. I loved this book from beginning to end.” Reader review

This story has so much packed into it… the strength of friendship and the value of community. A great read and an author who I want to read more of.” Jo’s Book Journey

Lynda Page is the bestselling author of 35 novels, with sales of over 1.5 million to date. She was born and raised in Leicester and now splits her time between a village in Leicestershire and her daughters’ holiday park in Epworth, North Lincolnshire. She began her prolific writing career with her first novel during her 45 minute lunch hours at work.