Secrets and Seashells at Rainbow Bay (Paperback)
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Secrets and Seashells at Rainbow Bay (Paperback)

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Paperback 368 Pages / Published: 25/06/2019
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The sun is shining on the golden castle on Rainbow Bay - and change is in the air!

Amelia is a single mother, doing her very best to look after her young son, Charlie - but money is tight and times are tough. When she first hears that she is the last descendent of the Chesterford family and that she has inherited a Real-Life Castle by the sea, Amelia can't quite believe her ears. But it's true!

She soon finds that owning a castle isn't quite the ticket to sorting out her money problems that she'd first hoped: she can't sell, because the terms of the ancient bequest state that any Chesterford who inherits the castle, must live there and work towards the upkeep and maintenance of the family home. So ever-practical Amelia decides to uproot her little family and move to this magnificent castle by the sea.

Living in a castle on the beautiful Northumberland coast is fun at first, but organising the day-to-day running is a lot more complicated than Amelia first imagined. Luckily she has help from the small band of eccentric and unconventional staff that are already employed there - and a mysterious unseen hand that often gives her a push in the right direction just when she needs it most.

It's only when she meets Tom, a furniture restorer who comes to the castle to help repair some antique furniture, that Amelia realises she might get the fairy-tale ending that she and Charlie truly deserve...

Join bestselling author Ali McNamara in Rainbow Bay, where an inheritance and some sea air are about to work their magic on Amelia's life...

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780751574326
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 266 g
Dimensions: 198 x 122 x 24 mm

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Whispering Stories

“This is a book that will put a smile on your face”

Amelia hasn’t had the best of luck for the past few years. Firstly her husband just ups and leaves, writing a note to say he can’t carry on living a lie anymore. He also takes all the money leaving Amelia with their... More

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“'Ghostly Tales of an Inherited Castle!'”

Wonderful Story about Amelia, a young woman, recently separated from Graham, her husband, and her little 10 year old boy, Charlie. Amelia and her son usually reside on a council estate, where she works as a... More

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“I really loved this book, a rags to riches (well sort of!) story with fabulous characters, a castle, ghosts and a mystery!”

I really loved this book, a rags to riches (well sort of!) story with fabulous characters, a castle, ghosts and a mystery!

Amelia is a struggling single mother, living on a dodgy estate with her 10 year old son... More

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