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Hattie Goes to Hollywood (Paperback)
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Hattie Goes to Hollywood (Paperback)

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Paperback 434 Pages / Published: 14/02/2020
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Publisher: Caroline James Author
ISBN: 9781916338524
Number of pages: 434
Weight: 490 g
Dimensions: 203 x 133 x 25 mm

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“An interesting read”

I love discovering new authors and Caroline James is definitely a new author for me. I read the synopsis for 'Hattie Goes To Hollywood' and it certainly sounded like an interesting read. I wasn't... More

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“Cosy Crime At Its Best”

Hattie Mulberry has recently lost her husband and she has also inherited an ancient cottage in Hollywood, not the Hollywood that you might first of all suppose, but Hollywood in Cumbria. It got its name from a... More

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“Cosy Crime at its Best”

Hattie Mulberry has recently lost her husband and she has also inherited an ancient cottage in Hollywood, not the Hollywood that you might first of all suppose, but Hollywood in Cumbria. It got its name from a... More

Paperback edition
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