Hola folks!! I’m just back from a wonderful break in the stunningly beautiful East Coast of Spain. We stayed in the port city of Denia, an hour from Valencia which was just incredible.
Lots of great reads to review over the coming weeks, but today I AM VERY EXCITED to be hosting a TWITTER GIVEAWAY with one signed copy of The Nanny at Number 43 by Nicola Cassidy up for grabs for one very lucky person.
I would like to thank Nicola Cassidy for inviting me on tour with her today with such a fabulous giveaway. The Nanny at Number 43 has just been published by Poolbeg Press on July 1st 2019.
Please see below for the FULL details of this fantastic GIVEAWAY, but first a little about the book itself….
[ About the Book ]
Wanted, a respectable woman to care for a motherless child.
When William D. Thomas’s wife dies in childbirth, he places an advertisement in his local newspaper seeking a nanny for his newborn child.
He is thankful when an experienced nanny arrives at 43 Laurence Street and takes over from his frazzled housekeeper Mrs McHugh.
Mrs McHugh confides in her bedridden friend Betty, who has a bird’s-eye view of all the happenings on Laurence Street, that the Nanny is not all she seems. Betty begins her own investigation into the mysterious woman.
When the bodies of twin babies are discovered buried in a back garden, by a family who have moved from their tenement home into a country cottage, a police investigation begins.
But it is Betty who holds the key to discovering who the Nanny really is … and the reason she came to 43 Laurence Street
[ 🎉THE NANNY AT NUMBER 43 – BOOK GIVEAWAY 🎉 ]
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Winner will be announced THURSDAY 18th July 2019
[ Bio ]
Nicola Cassidy is a writer and blogger from Co. Louth, Ireland. She started her writing career early, entering short story competitions as a child and became an avid reader. Encouraged by her English teachers, she chose to study journalism at Dublin City University and while working in political PR and marketing, studied a series of advanced creative writing courses at the Irish Writers’ Centre. Later she set up a lifestyle and literary blog http://www.LadyNicci.com, which was shortlisted in the Ireland Blog Awards in 2015 and 2016 and finalist in 2017 and 2018.
She signed with Trace Literary Agency in 2016. December Girl is Nicola’s debut historical fiction novel and is set in the mystical and ancient Boyne Valley, Co. Meath, famed for its stone age passage tombs. Elements of the story are inspired by true events.
Her second novel The Nanny at Number 43 is published by Poolbeg Press.
Nicola lives with her husband and two young daughters in Termonfeckin, Co. Louth. Follow her at http://www.ladynicci.com, on Twitter @ladynicci or http://www.facebook.com/ladynicciblog.