The Postcard (Paperback)Fern Britton (author)
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Life in the Cornish village of Pendruggan isn't always picture perfect. Penny Leighton has never told anyone why she's estranged from her mother and sister. For years she's kept her family secrets locked away in her heart, but they've been quietly eating away at her.
When an unwelcome visitor blows in, Penny is brought face to face with the past. And a postcard, tucked away in a long-hidden case, holds the truth that could change everything.
Young Ella has come back to the place where she spent a happy childhood with her grandmother. Now she's here to search for everything missing in her life.
Taken under Penny's broken wing for the summer, the safe haven of Pendruggan feels like the place for a fresh start. Soon, however, Ella starts to wonder if perhaps her real legacy doesn't lie in the past at all.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 290 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 26 mm
`Incredibly atmospheric' Sun
More praise for Fern Britton:
`Warm and intriguing and thoroughly enjoyable' Sunday Times bestseller, Katie Fforde
`Another ripping good read' Good Housekeeping
`Charming and fun read' OK
`A light-hearted, fun read...' Daily Mail
`Complicated friendships and tales of a chaotic love life make this a must-read' Woman
`A light-hearted, fun read that perfectly captures the sights and smells of village life' Heat
`Fern Britton has transferred her fun and friendly charm to the page' Good Housekeeping
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