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    Sweet Mercies: PRE-ORDER the most charming heartwarming Christmas read for 2023

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    ISBN: 9781787302990
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    AuthorBooth, Anne
    Pub Date19/10/2023
    Publisher: Vintage Publishing
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    Even saints need second chances...

    The new heartwarming Christmas adventure with the Sisters of Saint Philomena, about friendship, family and forgiveness, for fans of AJ Pearce, Katie Fforde and Call the Midwife.

    Everyone loves Sister Bridget.

    The cheerful Mother Superior of St Philomena's convent is friend to many in the town of Fairbridge and the irrepressible caller at the weekly Parish Bingo. There is nothing she can't sort out with a kind word, a cup of tea and a slice of her amazing chocolate cake.

    But is everything as rosy as she thinks?

    As the Christmas tree goes up and festive cheer rises, a visitor arrives at the convent who doesn't like Sister Bridget one bit.

    Good intentions don't always go to plan.

    Sister Bridget learns that secrets are bubbling to the surface back home in Ireland - especially for her younger sister Mary. She will need to face up to past deeds, however well-intended. With the help of her friends, and the power of love and forgiveness, maybe she can finally make things right.

    With warmth and grace, Sweet Mercies reminds us that none of us is perfect, and everybody deserves another chance at finding peace and happiness.

    Praise for Anne Booth's previous novel Small Miracles:

    'Charming, witty and warm, Small Miracles is a gentle gem of a novel, a cheery balm in troubling times.' AJ Pearce, bestselling author of Dear Mrs Bird

    'With gentle humour, and surprising twists and turns, this is just the book we need in these difficult times. I didn't want it to end' Katie Fforde

    'This book felt like a hug' ***** Reader Review