Review - The Village of Lost and Found by Alison Sherlock
Scandal hit party girl Lucy Conway needs to leave London fast, so she packs her bags and escapes to the sleepy village of Cranbridge to take care of her beloved Uncle Frank.
But the country village isn’t quite as idyllic as she remembers. To make matters worse, her Uncle’s pride and joy, The Cranbridge Times, is close to going out of business.
Editor-at-Large Tom Addison is having a crisis of confidence and needs help if the newspaper is going to survive.
With time on her hands, can Lucy work some magic and together save the family newspaper?
Over a long, hot summer, friendships are made and hearts begin to heal. And, with the help of a stray dog, perhaps Lucy and Tom can find their very own new beginning...
I love stories which involve the community coming together and this one is right up there. It was lovely meeting old friends again, but even so the book works brilliantly as a stand alone.
Two broken-hearted people with awful exes, a struggling newspaper, loads of great friends - and a couple of not so great ones - makes for a gentle heartwarming read.
About the Author
Alison Sherlock loves to write stories full of warmth, laughter, love and friendships including her debut novel The Desperate Bride's Diet Club which reached No 1 in the Italian book charts.
Her latest series of books focuses on all those who live and work on Riverside Lane in Cranbridge, a rundown village in the English countryside.
Alison lives in Surrey with her husband.
She loves to hear from her readers. You can get in touch on Facebook/Alison Sherlock and on Twitter @alisonsherlock
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