Come home to 59 Memory Lane with a new novel from the top Kindle and USA Today bestselling author Celia Anderson!
‘Wonderful characters make this a great read’ Good Housekeeping
‘One of the most charming books I’ve ever read’ bestselling author Cathy Mansell
‘Enchanting and intriguing’ bestselling author Heidi Swain
Tucked away amongst the winding, cobbled streets of Pengelly in Cornwall, the old stone cottage on Memory Lane is full of secrets. Brimming with trinkets and treasures, there are thousands of stories hidden within its walls.
Fifty-four-year-old Grace Clarke arrives in Pengelly determined to uncover the secrets of her past. Standing outside the little cottage, she feels sure that the answers she craves lie inside. The truth about her mysterious long-lost mother and the even more mysterious gifts she was born with…
Readers absolutely love The Cottage of Curiosities
‘An absolutely heart-warming and uplifting book’ Jenn W.
‘utterly FABULOUS, FANTASTIC’ 5 star reviewer
‘A wonderful tale of love, hope and friendship’ Maria S
‘I was delighted’ bestselling author Anne Stenhouse
‘Clever storytelling with a dusting of magic. A beautifully written tale that keeps you guessing until the end’ bestselling author Jenni Keer
‘Characters full of personality cast in the first book set in Pengelly dip in and out of the book's rich texture; yet this book could be enjoyed equally as a standalone delicious treat. Warm and satisfying with enough unexpected twists to delight a reader's palate’ bestselling author Julie Vince
‘Wonderful’ bestselling author Lucy Felthouse
‘It was immensely soothing to lose myself in Celia’s lovely world and watch the story unfold, rather like spending a relaxed, enjoyable evening with a dear friend’, bestselling author Chris Stovell
‘A delightful read that'll take you all the way to Pengelly and make you not want to leave' bestselling author Catherine Miller
‘One of the most charming books I’ve ever read… brilliant’ bestselling author Cathy Mansell
About the author
Celia Anderson lives slap bang in the middle of the Midlands and dreams of owning a cottage by the sea, or at the very least on a canal or river. She makes do with living next door to a pond full of ducks but often manages to sneak more impressive watery places into her writing. Celia loves walking, reading, having large bubbly baths, eating and drinking wine. Over the years, she has found that all of these activities bar the first may be done simultaneously, although this can be messy. Previously a teacher and assistant head, she now writes full time and keeps her feet on the ground by running children’s clubs that mainly involve drama and cake.
An enthusiastic member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, Celia currently organises the judging for the Romantic Novel of the Year Awards. She spends far too much time on social media and dreams of one day being strong-minded enough to leave the house without her phone.