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OFFER ENDS on 31st JANUARY
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1946: lively Jeanie Munro is returning to post-war India, a country on the cusp of momentous change – and to a husband she hasn’t seen for over six years. While she tries to recapture their former loving relationship, Jeanie’s world is rocked by the discovery of long-buried family secrets and betrayal that threaten to destroy her future.
1946: lively Jeanie Munro is returning to a post-war India, a country on the cusp of momentous change – and to a husband she hasn’t seen for over six years. While she tries to recapture their former loving relationship, Jeanie’s world is rocked by the discovery of long-buried family secrets and betrayal that threatens to destroy her future.
Third and final novel in THE RAJ HOTEL SERIES
I’m thrilled to be able to show you the cover for my forthcoming novel, THE DIAMOND DAUGHTER – the third and final book in THE RAJ HOTEL SERIES.
In this emotional story set in 1946 post-war India, can a woman’s quest for love survive shocking secrets and betrayal?
It will be published on 8th November.
And just to let you know that the ebook is available for pre-order on Amazon:
I’ll be in touch with more details soon.
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