The lollipop shoes

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Doubleday, Feb 5, 2007 - Fiction - 459 pages
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'Who Died?' I Said. 'Or Is It A Secret?''My Mother, Vianne Rocher.'Seeking Refuge And Anonymity In The Cobbled Streets Of Montmartre, Yanne And Her Daughters, Rosette And Annie, Live Peacefully, If Not Happily, Above Their Little Chocolate Shop.Nothing Unusual Marks Them Out; No Red Sachets Hang By The Door.The Wind Has Stopped At Least For A While.Then Into Their Lives Blows Zozie De L Alba, The Lady With The Lollipop Shoes, And Everything Begins To Change&.But This New Friendship Is Not What It Seems.Ruthless, Devious And Seductive, Zozie De L Alba Has Plans Of Her Own Plans That Will Shake Their World To Pieces.And With Everything She Loves At Stake, Yanne Must Face A Difficult Choice; To Flee, As She Has Done So Many Times Before, Or To Confront Her Most Dangerous Enemy&..Herself.

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Joanne Harris was born in Barnsley, Yorkshire, England on July 3, 1964. She studied Modern and Mediaeval Languages at St Catharine's College, Cambridge. While working as a teacher for fifteen years, she published three novels: The Evil Seed (1989), Sleep, Pale Sister (1993) and Chocolat (1999), which was made into a film starring Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp. Her other works include Blackberry Wine, Five Quarters of the Orange, Coastliners, Holy Fools, The Lollipop Shoes and Runemarks. She also co-wrote two cookbooks with cookery writer Fran Warde: The French Kitchen and The French Market.

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