The Vintage Shop of Second Chances (Hardback)
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The Vintage Shop of Second Chances (Hardback)

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Hardback 368 Pages
Published: 16/02/2023

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Waterstones Says

The bestselling author of The Lido spins another irresistible tale of community and second chances as a trio of women find themselves connected by a vintage clothing boutique.

Among the cobbled streets of the Somerset town of Frome, Lou is embarking on the start of something new. After the death of her beloved mother, she takes a deep breath into the unknown and is opening her own vintage clothes shop.

In upstate New York, Donna has just found out some news about her family which has called into question her whole upbringing. The only clue she has to unlock her past is a picture of a yellow dress, and the fact it is currently on display in a shop in England.

For Maggy, she is facing life as a 70-something divorcee and while she got the house, she's not sure what to fill it with now her family have moved out. The new vintage shop in town sparks memories of her past and reignites a passion she's been missing.

Together, can these three women find the answers they are searching for and unlock a second chance at a new life?

It's never too late to start again.

Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781409188315
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 560 g
Dimensions: 224 x 160 x 36 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

A literary burst of sunshine . . . Utterly delightful - VERONICA HENRY

I simply adored this gloriously uplifting story about friendship and fashion - KATE EBERLEN

Absorbing, thoughtful and moving, The Vintage Shop of Second Chances is a wonderfully engaging, feelgood read that you'll want to come back to again and again - MIKE GAYLE

I adored it. Such a warm and wise story, and utterly uplifting. A brilliantly observed story about female friendship and vintage fashion. A joy to read! - Alex Brown

An ode to female friendship and finding yourself at any stage of life. Oh, and the clothes! I laughed, I cried, I loved it - Carol Kirkwood

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“Secrets, stories and a beautiful dress”

I picked this book as I had heard good things about Libby Page and her previous books.
I have recently discovered yellow as my favourite colour and this sunshine book full of bright colours and hope was a delightful... More

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“A delightful, heart-warming read”

After the death of her beloved mother, Lou sinks her savings into opening her own vintage clothes shop in Frome, Somerset, the same town where 70-something newly divorced Maggy realises how empty her house feels now... More

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“A little vintage ray of sunshine..”

This was such a lovely little read, which explores friendship and found family in the most colourful and comforting way.

After the death of her Mother, fashion-loving Lou opens the vintage clothing shop of her... More

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