The Bookshop on the Shore (Hardback)
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Hardback 432 Pages / Published: 13/06/2019
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Escape to the Scottish Highlands where a tiny bookshop perches on the edge of a loch

Zoe is a single mother, sinking beneath the waves trying to cope by herself in London. Hari, her gorgeous little boy is perfect in every way - except for the fact that he just doesn't speak, at all. When her landlord raises the rent on her flat, Zoe doesn't know where to turn.

Then Hari's aunt suggests Zoe could move to Scotland to help run a bookshop. Going from the lonely city to a small village in the Highlands could be the change Zoe and Hari desperately need.

Faced with an unwelcoming boss, a moody, distant bookseller named Ramsay Urquart, and a band of unruly children, Zoe wonders if she's made the right decision. But Hari has found his very first real friend, and no one could resist the beauty of the loch glinting in the summer sun. If only Ramsay would just be a little more approachable...

Dreams start here...

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780751575583
Number of pages: 432
Weight: 700 g
Dimensions: 238 x 162 x 42 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
A wonderful story with a hint of magic about it. Just lovely. -- Katie Fforde
Gorgeous location, dancing dialogue and characters you'll fall in love with. Irresistible! -- Jill Mansell
Colgan does it again! The Bookshop on The Shore is a charming, heartwarming, gobble-it-all-up-in-one-sitting kind of book, a tale of new beginnings with characters you'll love and root for from the very first page. Colgan writes like a dream, using all of her skill as a consummate storyteller to build a world you'll relish getting to know and won't want to leave. -- Mike Gayle
Jenny Colgan is a masterful storyteller. Such a sweet tale and beneath the surface she deals honestly and movingly with poverty, anxiety and loss. You read it quickly, but you won't forget it. -- Keith Stuart

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“Wonderful book - I didn't want it to end!”

Oh I do love a Jenny Colgan book, and the minute I started this I knew it was going to be as lovely as all her other books. Her characters are just so interesting, and we get to revisit the Scottish Highlands from... More

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“Back on form”

I’m a big fan of Jenny Colgan however the Island Series (Mure) books just weren’t to my taste so I was thrilled this was something different. She’s done a great job of narrating a tale with a fantastically strong new... More

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