One Small Act of Kindness

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Hodder & Stoughton, Apr 23, 2015 - Accident victims - 512 pages
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When a woman is hit by a car and knocked unconscious, passer-by Libby feels a sense of responsibility towards her. Libby was the one who called the ambulance, after all. When the woman comes round, she's suffered complete temporary memory loss, and can't remember who she is, where she's come from and why she's in Longhampton. Libby feels sorry for the scared woman, who doesn't seem to have any worried friends or family coming to claim her, and offers to put her up for a few days at the rundown B&B she and her husband Jason are trying to convert into a chic romantic hideaway. But as the women's friendship blossoms, Pippa, as they're calling her, starts to get the feeling she was looking for someone.

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User Review  - maximeg - LibraryThing

I totally agree with the book blub that reads.. A vibrant and unputdownable novel of friendship, secrets and the kindness of strangers. A great story really lovely charming warm feel good ... This Book is a great Sit in the garden with a cup of coffee read!! Recommend Read full review

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If ever you need to read a feelgood, then read Lucy Dillon Beautiful story. Read full review

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About the author (2015)

Lucy Dillon won the Romantic Novelists' Association Novel of the Year Award in 2010 for Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts, and is the bestselling author of four other novels: The Ballroom Class, Walking Back to Happiness, The Secret of Happy Ever After and A Hundred Pieces of Me.Lucy was born in Cumbria in 1974. She now divides her time between London and the Wye Valley where she enjoys walking in the Malvern Hills with her basset hounds, Violet and Bonham.

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