The Coordinates of Loss Amanda Prowse
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We’re delighted to be sharing Laura’s thoughts on tour for Amanda Prowse’s new novel, The Coordinates of Loss, which is publishing today.

The Coordinates of Loss Amanda Prowse

Paperback: 330 pages

Publisher: Lake Union Publishing (25 Sept. 2018)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 1503904954

ISBN-13: 978-1503904958

When Rachel Croft wakes up on her family’s boat in Bermuda, it’s to sunshine and yet another perfect day…until she goes to wake her seven-year-old son, Oscar. Because the worst thing imaginable has happened. He isn’t there.

In the dark and desperate days that follow, Rachel struggles to navigate her grief. And while her husband, James, wants them to face the tragedy together, Rachel feels that the life they once shared is over. Convinced that their happy marriage is now a sham, and unable to remain in the place where she lost her son, she goes home to Bristol alone.

Only when she starts receiving letters from Cee-Cee, her housekeeper in Bermuda, does light begin to return to Rachel’s soul. She and James both want to learn to live again—but is it too late for them to find a way through together?

Available to purchase in digital, paperback and audiobook formats.


Coordinates of Loss is the first novel that I have read by Amanda Prowse and I want to read more!

Rachel, the main protagonist wakes up on a gorgeous morning with her husband, James, on their stunning boat to discover their son has vanished. Living in Bermuda, a paradise as James and Rachel once thought.

Coordinates of Loss focuses mainly on Rachel as she struggles with her grief, however there is an emphasis on James’s emotions too.

Cee-Cee, their housemaid is my favourite character as she writes to Rachel to explain her life story and this provides an abundance of emotions.

Amanda Prowse’s writing style makes it easy to engage with the characters and there are several wonderful characters to fall in love with. A beautiful story based on tragedy.

I loved this book and I am looking forward to reading more from this author.

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Amanda ProwseAmanda Prowse is an International Bestselling author who has published eighteen novels in dozens of languages. Her recent chart topping No.1 titles ‘What Have I Done?’, ‘Perfect Daughter’ and ‘My Husband’s Wife’ have sold millions of copies around the world.

Other novels by Amanda Prowse include ‘A Mother’s Story’ which won the coveted Sainsbury’s eBook of the year Award and ‘Perfect Daughter’ that was selected as a World Book Night title in 2016. Amanda’s book ‘The Food of Love’ went straight to No.1 in Literary Fiction when it was launched in the USA and she has been described by the Daily Mail as ‘The Queen of Drama’ for her ability to make the reader feel as if they were actually in the story.

Now published by Lake Union, Amanda Prowse is the most prolific writer of contemporary fiction in the UK today; her titles also score the highest online review approval ratings for several genres.

A popular TV and radio personality, Amanda Prowse is a regular panellist on the Channel 5 show ‘The Wright Stuff’ and numerous daytime ITV programmes. She makes countless guest appearances on BBC and independent Radio stations where she is well known for her insightful observations of human nature and her infectious observational humour.

Connect with Amanda Prowse


Twitter @MrsAmandaProwse




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The Coordinates of Loss Amanda Prowse


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