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Set in Brisbane Australia and England, we follow the entwined lives of Kate, Leila, and Elizabeth as they strive to continue the success of The Tea Chest cafe, while each addressing their own “storm in a tea cup”. Kate has her dream job blending teas at the highly suc

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The House of Farrell is a long established, proudly British cosmetic company founded in the same year as the Queen's coronation. Rather than celebrating the jubilee however, it is fighting for its survival.

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It’s lovely to see a new Barbara Erskine novel in time for the summer. Her faithful fans will definitely not be disappointed by The Darkest Hour.

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Sarah Vaughan’s debut novel, The Art of Baking Blind, is a delicious treat. Taking on the current trend of cooking competitions, it centres on a baking contest. But it’s not all gingerbread houses and Victoria sponge, as life continues outside of the kitchen.

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Before the holiday everything was fine. Isobel was happily married with three beautiful children, had a peaceful life and good friends and Ben was enjoying the experience of being a new dad.

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Fans of Lesley Lokko will be delighted by her latest offering, an intensely plotted tale of adventure and intrigue spanning several countries and cultures.

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Oriana Taylor grew up in the auspicious surroundings of Windward – an alternative community of writers, artists, musicians and free thinkers – with her parents Robin and Rachel alongside other families, most notably the Bedwell brothers, Malachy and Jed.

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All the elements of the conventional romantic novel abound in Undertaking Love:  the handsome hero, the exquisite heroine, the faithful sidekicks of both, the malevolent rival and the flashy but flawed competitor for our lady’s affections.

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