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The Cottage at Rosella Cove

Sandie Docker

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Penguin
04 August 2020
Fiction & Literature; Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945); Adult & contemporary romance
Why had the house stayed empty so long? Why had it never been sold?

LOST Nicole has left her city life for the sleepy town of Rosella Cove, renting the old cottage by the water. She plans to keep to herself - but when she uncovers a hidden box of wartime love letters, she realises she's not the first person living in this cottage to hide secrets and pain.

FOUND Ivy's quiet life in Rosella Cove is tainted by the events of World War II, with ramifications felt for many years to come. But one night a drifter appears and changes everything. Perhaps his is the soul she's meant to save.

FORGOTTEN Charlie is too afraid of his past to form any lasting ties in the cove. He knows he must make amends for his tragic deeds long ago, but he can't do it alone. Maybe the new tenant in the cottage will help him fulfil a promise and find the redemption he isn't sure he deserves.

PRAISE FOR SANDIE DOCKER- 'Docker soars from the absolute heart, as she rebuilds all our lost souls in a cafe to call home.' 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: 196mm,  Width: 130mm,  Spine: 22mm
Weight:   258g
ISBN:   9781760899851
ISBN 10:   1760899852
Pages:   368
Publication Date:   04 August 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming

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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