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The Bookseller's Gift

On sale

17th October 2024

Price: £14.99

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Selected: ebook / ISBN-13: 9781529362114

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‘What’s not to like about books, star-crossed lovers, pantomime, carols and cake? It’s a festive feast of a novel and I absolutely loved it!’ CATHY KELLY

Ever since Catherine and her mother Ann opened the doors of their bookshop in a small town on Ireland’s west coast, they have been living their dream. And this festive season promises to be their biggest ever, with a celebrity chef due to arrive for an exclusive book signing. But when some seemingly straightforward building work leads to disaster, the future of Lissbeg Books is in real jeopardy.

Desperate to hide from her customers how bad things are, Catherine struggles to cope. And as Christmas draws nearer, she realises that dedication to following her dream has meant other parts of her life have been neglected – what will she have left if she loses the bookshop?

Is it too late for her to become a real part of Finfarran’s tightknit community, and possibly find love along the way? As Catherine summons the courage to ask for help from those around her, she begins to hope that maybe more than just one of her dreams will come true before Christmas arrives. . . .

What people are saying about Felicity Hayes-McCoy’s novels:

‘A heart-warming tale of love, loss and hope … the perfect festive read’ Roisin Meaney

‘A page-turner from a stunning writer. I adored it’ Joanna Lumley

‘A warm and wise family saga … an absolute joy!’ Carmel Harrington

‘A fascinating generational saga … beautifully written’ Patricia Scanlan

‘I adored this beautiful, warm, funny novel … it’s so full of heart you can almost hear it pulsing on every page’ Claudia Carroll

‘A beautifully crafted story, I loved it’ Mary Kennedy

‘A truly delightful and engaging read … full of charm’ Swirl and Thread