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Book Title: Die Traumsucherin|
The author of the book: Anjali Banerjee
Date of issue: June 17th 2014
ISBN 13: 9783442382545
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Ein Jahr ist seit dem Tod ihres Ehemanns Josh bereits vergangen, doch Lilys Schmerz ist immer noch so groß wie am ersten Tag. Auf der Suche nach einem Neuanfang kehrt sie ihrem Zuhause in Seattle den Rücken und gelangt durch Zufall auf die malerische kleine Insel Fairport. Die Bewohner wirken glücklich, und als Lily gleich am ersten Abend eine anhängliche weiße Katze zuläuft, beschließt sie, sich auf Fairport niederzulassen und ihren Traum von einer eigenen Boutique zu erfüllen. Doch wird sie hier Ruhe finden vor den Geistern der Vergangenheit und ihr Herz endlich wieder öffnen für das Leben – und die Liebe?
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Read information about the authorI was born in India, raised in Canada and California, and I now live in the Pacific Northwest, in a cottage in the woods, with my husband and five rescued cats.
I've always loved to write. When I was seven, I penned my first story about an abandoned puppy on a beach in Bengal. Then, inspired by my maternal grandmother—an English writer who lived in India—I wrote a mystery, The Green Secret, at the age of nine. I illustrated the book, stapled the pages together and pasted a copyright notice inside the front cover. After that, I churned out a series of mysteries and adventure novels with preposterous premises and impossible plots.
Growing up in a small town in Manitoba, Canada, my favorite family event was the weekly drive to the garbage dump to watch for bears. I also loved jaunts to the library, where I checked out the same Curious George books dozens of times. I adored a picture book called The Bear Who Couldn’t Sleep, starring a baby bear who refused to hibernate in winter. My favorite authors were Enid Blyton, Agatha Christie, Alexander Key, C.S. Lewis and others. Every night my dad read to me from C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia or Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
After I grew up and finished university, I tried on jobs like new sets of clothes before rediscovering my love for writing. Since then, my fiction has appeared in several literary journals and an anthology, and I was a contributing writer for three regional history books and local newspapers before I began writing novels.
I've now written five novels for youngsters and four for grownups, including ENCHANTING LILY (August 2012). Romantic Times magazine gave ENCHANTING LILY a top rating of 4.5 stars: "This is a wonderful story with lovable characters who are trying to start fresh after tragedy touches their lives. Readers will fall head over heels for a four-legged character who almost upstages the two-legged leads.”
Of my recent novel, HAUNTING JASMINE, Melinda Bargreen of The Seattle Times wrote, “Banerjee invites the reader into her colorful, hopeful world, one in which the Northwest island tides coexist with the ghost of Julia Child, Charles Dickens’ mirror, and a sari or two.”
I've had many more wonderful reviews, but like any author, I know what it's like to receive a not-so-nice review. So I'm going to review only the books I love. I want to put positive energy out into the world.
Thank you for reading my books!
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