Ellie and the Harpmaker

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Author: Hazel Prior
Publisher: BLACK SWAN
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: 18 Feb 2020
Product Code: 9781784164232

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'Perfect for fans of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine. Uplifting and full of heart, and I couldn't put it down!' JO THOMAS MEET ELLIE. She's perfectly happy living a quiet life with her husband, Clive. (Well, she does sometimes wonder about the way he talks to her, and about all the things she hasn't achieved yet. But, she's happy enough.) MEET DAN. He's definitely content - content with his predictable, ordered existence, making harps in his isolated barn on Exmoor. Content being on his own, far away from other people and - crucially - far away from any risk of surprises. What Ellie and Dan don't know yet, is that a chance encounter is about to change all of this . . . 'A beautiful love song of a story, wonderfully told with a warm heart and much hope' PHAEDRA PATRICK WHAT READERS ARE SAYING: 'It's a fresh and heart-warming tale and the perfect feel-good read!' 'A beautifully written, tender love story' 'A touching, absorbing and uplifting story' 'A truly charming and beautiful book' 'I was spellbound by this story and couldn't put it down' 'Warm, touching and funny, it's a great read that will fill your heart with joy' 'A refreshingly different novel' 'Without question this is one of the best books I have read' 'So enchanting to read' 'A wonderful quirky tale . . . I find myself missing this book now that I've finished it' 'The characters are all believable, the writing is beautiful and the plot is so original, an absolute winner'

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