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The Banksia Bay Beach Shack

Sandie Docker

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Penguin
17 March 2020
Fiction & Literature; Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945); Romance; Historical romance; Sagas
A year is a long time in the memory of a small town. Stories get twisted, truths become warped, history is rewritten.

MYSTERIES When Laura discovers an old photo of her grandmother, Lillian, with an intriguing inscription on the back, she heads to the sleepy seaside town of Banksia Bay to learn the truth of Lillian's past. But when she arrives, Laura finds a community where everyone seems to be hiding something.

SECRETS Virginia, owner of the iconic Beach Shack cafe, has kept her past buried for sixty years. As Laura slowly uncovers the tragic fragments of that summer so long ago, Virginia must decide whether to hold on to her secrets or set the truth free.

LIES Young Gigi and Lily come from different worlds but forge an unbreakable bond - the 'Sisters of Summer'. But in 1961 a chain of events is set off that reaches far into the future. One lie told. One lie to set someone free. One lie that changes the course of so many lives.

Welcome to the Banksia Bay Beach Shack, where first love is found and last chances are taken.

A moving and heartfelt story by the bestselling author of The Kookaburra Creek Cafe and The Cottage At Rosella Cove.

Praise for Sandie Docker- 'Docker soars from the absolute heart' Australian Women's Weekly 'The best of the best of heart-wrenching yarns.' Woman's Day
By:   Sandie Docker
Imprint:   Penguin
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 155mm,  Spine: 30mm
Weight:   504g
ISBN:   9781760890353
ISBN 10:   1760890359
Pages:   384
Publication Date:   17 March 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Sandie Docker grew up in Coffs Harbour, and first fell in love with reading when her father introduced her to fantasy books as a teenager. Her love of fiction began when she first read Jane Austen for the HSC, but it wasn't until she was taking a translation course at university that her Mandarin lecturer suggested she might have a knack for writing - a seed of an idea that sat quietly in the back of her mind while she lived overseas and travelled the world. Sandie first decided to put pen to paper (yes, she writes everything the old-fashioned way before hitting a keyboard) when living in London. Now back in Sydney with her husband and daughter, she writes every day.

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