To Lahore, With Love (Paperback)
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To Lahore, With Love (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 19/03/2020
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'Warm, delicious and so beautifully written' Beth O'Leary, author of THE FLATSHARE

Escape today with this gorgeous novel that will warm your heart, tickle your tastebuds and take you on the journey of a lifetime...


Addy Mayford has always struggled with her identity. Brought up in a household of stories, food and faith by her Irish mother and Pakistani Nana, she feels constantly torn between the two sides of her upbringing. Since the death of her father, she's found contentment cooking delicious recipes from his home city of Lahore, despite the protestations of her mother that being a chef is no career for a young woman. It's only with the love of her gorgeous husband, Gabe, that she's truly found happiness.

When Addy stumbles across a secret that shatters her world, she desperately needs to escape and is drawn to the sights of Lahore and the family she's never known. Waiting for her there is Addy's final acceptance of who she is, and a long-buried family secret that will change her life for ever.

Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781472231734
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 200 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 30 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
A gorgeous book. Warm, delicious and so beautifully written
Genuinely funny scenes * Cosmopolitan *
Poignant... Will transport you lock, stock and barrel to another place * Trip Fiction *
Read, loved and highly recommended * Tamworth Book Club *
This charming novel celebrates two cultures amalgamating * Irish Times *
You know those books that just warm your heart from the inside out? Well, this is one of them. It's a story of escape, acceptance and mouth-wateringly delicious culinary treats . . . through Addy we can take a wonderful trip to Lahore, with all the cultural delights and sights it has to offer * CultureFly *

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“Novel set in Lahore - If food be the flavour of family – read on....”

Before reading this novel, you really should eat something. You’ll be reaching for something tasty not long after you start reading anyway. That’s before you head for the cookbooks afterwards!

Think Nadiya Hussain... More

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“Not for me”

I don't know what it is about this book that I couldn't vibe with. Maybe because I can't relate to any of the situations in which the MC finds herself. I haven't been married an certainly not this... More

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“A novel of lyrical cookery”

Cooking, for some, is a passion. For Addy, the young woman at the centre of this novel, who narrates it, cooking is what shapes a life, improves it, changes it for the better. It is not the food itself, although that... More

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