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Book Launch – ‘The Lavender of Larch Hall’ by Ruby Loren

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Today sees the publication of Ruby Loren’s book, ‘The Lavender of Larch Hall’, the first in a new series.  Read on to find out more about it.

 

Book Blurb

Historical researcher Emily Haversson and Mr Bumble (the cat) are at heritage site, Larch Hall, to go through some old records. They’ve only been there a day, when Emily discovers an old love letter which contains cryptic clues to a ‘legacy of love’ buried in the garden at Larch Hall. However, when she approaches the head gardener, Rob, to see what he makes of the clues, he expressly forbids her from digging up the garden. So when Rob discovers soil and lavender bushes strewn everywhere the next morning, he immediately accuses Emily. Only she knows the truth…

Someone else is hunting for the secret hidden beneath the lavender of Larch Hall!

 

About Ruby Loren

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Ruby Loren is an English writer whose work ranges from romantic comedies to mysteries. Often drawing from her real life experience of playing lead guitar and bass in rock bands, music is never far from her stories, and neither is the Sussex countryside where she grew up. A true slice of English romance is always served up in every novel she writes. They’re best read with a lovely cup of tea!

You can get updates on new releases by visiting my website (rubyloren.com), signing up for my newsletter, or liking my author page on Facebook: (facebook.com/rubylorenauthor)

 

‘The Lavender of Larch Hall’ is available to buy from Amazon:-

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0193Z85RW

 

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