Synopsis: There are so many stories hidden behind closed doors . . .
It’s late at night and the rain is pouring down on the Dublin city streets. A mother is grieving for her dead child. She stands silently outside the home of the teenage boy she believes responsible. She watches . . .
In a kitchen on the same square, a girl waits anxiously for her mum to come home. She knows exactly where she is, but she knows she cannot reach her.
A few doors down, and a widow sits alone in her room. She has just delivered a bombshell to her family during dinner and her life is about to change forever.
And an aspiring theatre director has just moved in to a flat across the street. Her landlord is absent, but there are already things about him that don’t quite add up . . .
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In The Secrets of Primrose Square Claudia Carroll deals very sensitively with a number of issues for the four main characters. Claudia has written beautifully about the lives of the women and cleverly linked their lives together in a way that has created an uplifting story of warmth and friendship.
For more information about the inspiration behind The Secrets of Primrose Square head over to http://mycreativenotebook.co.uk for an interview with Claudia Carroll