Winter 2021

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Hillingdon Library Service presents
Books and the City

at The Stables, Manor Farm
Books and the City
Mince Pies and Mulled Wine with Holly Hepburn, Heidi Swain and Catherine Miller

What could be better than an afternoon tea with your favourite fiction authors?

Hillingdon Libraries speak to the hugely acclaimed; Holly Hepburn, Heidi Swain and Catherine Miller as they tell us about their books, their writing and what they’re looking forward to this Christmas.

Ticket £10 - includes entry, a buffet style afternoon tea and a complementary book from Books and the City. Please let the library service know about any food allergies or requirements ASAP on libraryevents@hillingdon.gov.uk, so they can make sure to cater for everyone's needs. 

Holly Hepburn - The Little Shop of Hidden Treasures When Hope loses her husband, she fears her happiest days are behind her. With her only connection to London broken, she moves home to York to be near her family and to begin to build a new life. Taking a job at the antique shop she has always admired; she finds herself crossing paths with two very different men. Will, who has recently become the guardian to his niece after the tragic death of her parents. And Ciaran, who she enlists to help solve the mystery of an Egyptian antique. Two men who represent two different happy endings. But can she trust herself to choose the right man? And will that bring her everything she really needs?

Heidi Swain - Underneath the Christmas Tree Wynter’s Trees is the home of Christmas. For the people of Wynmouth it’s where they get their family Christmas tree, and where Christmas truly comes to life.  But for Liza Wynter, it’s a millstone around her neck. It was her father’s pride and joy but now he’s gone, she can’t have anything to do with it. Until her father’s business partner decides to retire, and she must go back to handle the transition to his son Ned.  When Liza arrives, she discovers a much-loved business that’s flourishing under Ned’s stewardship. And she’s happy to stay and help for the Christmas season, but then she has other plans. But will the place where she grew up make her change her mind? And can it weave its Christmas cheer around her heart…?

Catherine Miller - Home Fires at Ambridge It's 1941 and the war rumbles on. Nowhere is immune to the effects of war, not even Ambridge. But in England's favourite village, something else is occupying the residents. When a prominent villager dies, the main beneficiary's name is a mystery, and no one knows who is set to inherit the estate, cottage and all. The name is hidden within a locked box and the villagers much uncover the password to find out the name of the beneficiary. So when five people are each sent a packet of seeds, the mystery deepens - could the seeds be part of a clue? And can they all work together to unlock the mystery and to discover who is set to inherit?

 

 

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