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The Vintage Shop : 'Hot buttered-toast-and-tea feelgood fiction' The Times

The Vintage Shop : 'Hot buttered-toast-and-tea feelgood fiction' The Times

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Absorbing, thoughtful and moving... a wonderfully engaging feelgood read that you'll want to come back to again and again' MIKE GAYLE'Libby Page is a literary burst of sunshine . . . Utterly delightful' VERONICA HENRY'An absolute must-read' WOMAN'S WEEKLY_____________________________________________________________One dress. Three women. A lifetime of secrets. Among the cobbled streets of Frome in Somerset, Lou is about to start something new. After losing her mother, she knows it's time to take a chance and open her own vintage clothes shop. In upstate New York, Donna receives some news about her family which throws everything she thought she knew into question. The only clue she has to unlock her past is a picture of a yellow dress. Maggy is in her seventies, newly divorced and all alone in an empty house. Visiting the little vintage shop in Frome, with its rows of beautiful dresses, brings back cherished memories she'd long put aside. For these three women, only by uncovering the secrets of the yellow dress can they unlock their next chapter... _____________________________________________________________READERS ARE LOVING THE VINTAGE SHOP:'I simply adored this gloriously uplifting story about friendship and fashion' KATE EBERLEN'A gently uplifting tale of hope and opportunity' SUNDAY EXPRESSSuch a warm and wise story about female friendship and vintage fashion. A joy to read!' ALEX BROWN'This wholesome book will make perfect reading for a chilly day' PRIMA'A perfect touch of escapism and wish fulfilment' 'Heartwarming and heart felt, truly a delight!' 'Pick up two copies and give one to a friend or loved one, as it is guaranteed to bring them joy' 'It is so gorgeous that I just wanted to keep reading it forever'




Author/s: Page, Libby

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