The Horsewoman

The Horsewoman

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Maggie Atwood and Becky McCabe - mother and daughter, both champion riders - vowed to never, ever, compete against one another. But a dramatic turn of events ahead of the Paris Olympics changes everything.

Mother and daughter share a dream: to be the best in the world.

Reviewed by LOUISE PENNY, No. 1 bestselling author of The Madness of Crowds: Patterson and Lupica manage to get deep into the world of high-level show jumping and also, incredibly for two men, deep into the lives of three generations of strong women. I don't know what's more compelling-the white-knuckle descriptions of the horse shows in the lead-up to the Olympics or the tense, complex relationships among the three women. We grow to care deeply about these horsewomen. This is a hugely entertaining, riveting, page-turner of a book. A thrilling and thoughtful read.

Reviewed by Jilly Cooper, bestselling author of the Rutshire Chronicle: A great read for horse lovers and fans of show jumping.


Fiction: general and literary, Fantasy, Romance


James Patterson

448 pages

H: 234mm W: 153mm Spine: 32mm

Weight: 540 grams