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Sandpiper Drift

by Vanessa Del Fabbro

Series: Monica Brunetti saga (book 2), South Africa (2)

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When journalist Monica Brunetti enters the town of Lady Helen, she is awed by its beauty. A tiny jewel on the west coast of South Africa, its bright tin roofs and swaying palms seem made for picture postcards, not the real-world problems that have led her there. But the village takes hold of her heart, especially the beleaguered residents of Sandpiper Drift, who are threatened with eviction from their tranquil neighborhood beside the lagoon. And so Monica packs up her laptop, her adopted sons and housekeeper Francina, who's wrestling with a major decision of her own, for the journey of a lifetime.… (more)
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Journalist Monica Brunetti will find herself moving to the town of Lady Helen with her two adopted boys and housekeeper, Francina. Monica will take over the local newspaper and Francina will learn to love again and take on a new adventure. Monica will work hard to save the small community of 'Sandpiper Drift' from being torn down for an expensive golf course. The author does a very good job of giving you a feel for South Africa; its many varied cultures, its beauty and its sorrows. I strongly encourage readers to read book one first, so you get an understanding of how all these characters came together as a strong family unit. ( )
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When journalist Monica Brunetti enters the town of Lady Helen, she is awed by its beauty. A tiny jewel on the west coast of South Africa, its bright tin roofs and swaying palms seem made for picture postcards, not the real-world problems that have led her there. But the village takes hold of her heart, especially the beleaguered residents of Sandpiper Drift, who are threatened with eviction from their tranquil neighborhood beside the lagoon. And so Monica packs up her laptop, her adopted sons and housekeeper Francina, who's wrestling with a major decision of her own, for the journey of a lifetime.

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