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Coming Home to the Comfort Food Cafe

Dimensions: L: 12.9cm x W: 2.5cm x H: 19.8cm

Product Code: 9780008263713

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A brand new cosy novel from bestselling author Debbie Johnson. Welcome to the cosy Comfort Food Cafe, where there's kindness in every cup of hot chocolate and the menu is sprinkled with love and happiness... `Full of comfort and cheer - the perfect antidote to cold winter nights' Sunday Times bestseller Jane Costello Moving to the little village of Budbury, Zoe hopes the crisp Dorset sea breeze and gentle pace of life will be a fresh start for her and her goddaughter, Martha. Luckily for them both, the friendly community at the cafe provide listening ears, sage advice, shoulders to cry on, and some truly excellent carrot cake. And when Martha's enigmatic, absent father suddenly turns up, confusing not only Martha but Zoe too, the love and support of their new-found friends is the best present they could ask for. Have Zoe and Martha truly found their home at the Comfort Food Cafe? `As sweet and as satisfying as a mug of hot chocolate' Sunday Times bestseller Milly Johnson Readers LOVE the Comfort Food Cafe! `Full of heart and delivers so much more than you expect...a real joy to read' Alba in Bookland `I truly believe that Budbury, the Comfort Food Cafe and the characters that live there have magical healing powers. I want to live there. I want to be in the novel, in every book in this series' Lisa Talks About `I urge you to pull up a chair, grab a bowl of your own comfort food and sit back and relax with a wonderful story' Rachel's Random Reads `Funny, touching, realistic and sweet' Bananas Are Tricky `I simply adored it with all my heart and my whole little miserable life' On My Bookshelf `Debbie's best yet' Annie Cooper's Book Corner `Such a heartfelt story' Jane Hunt Book Reviews `The perfect story whatever the season. I adored it' Rae Reads

Book Title Coming Home to the Comfort Food Cafe
ISBN 9780008263713
By Author(s) Debbie Johnson
Publisher Harpercollins Publishers
Pages 400
Format Paperback
Dimensions 12.9cm x 2.5cm x 19.8cm
Notes The book images and summary displayed may be of a different edition or binding of the same title.

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