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The House on Redhill Corner

What a great launch - thanks to everyone who made it possible and those who celebrated with me

The House on Redhill Corner

Asha-Lee has been blessed with “The Gift” but refuses to acknowledge it.

Growing up in a house with chanting and incense burning, and her mother, Lalita, declaring everyone needs to ‘cleanse their spirit’, Asha-lee turned from being a girl wanting to appease her mother to Asha, a young woman wanting just to be ‘normal’.

Asha rents a flat in an old house on Redhill Corner and instantly falls for its once-elegant charm, determined to make it her home. She finds an old carboard box in her flat containing paraphernalia from years gone by and feels compelled to learn more about their vague connection to the old house, something she hopes the caretaker, Mr Cantronelli, can help uncover.

When Asha meets a young woman and her baby at a nearby bus stop, she learns Jocelyn and her husband, Oscar, have recently moved to the area and are struggling to make ends meet. And despite resistance to her psychic abilities, Asha is drawn into a mysterious love story centred around the place she now calls home.

What extraordinary secrets will this house reveal to Asha, if only she’d let it?

By learning to embrace her gift, can Asha figure out what happened to the young family in the house on Redhill corner and in doing so, finally accept who she really is?

The fabulous Tabetha Rogers Beggs who launched 

The House on Redhill Corner ... 

oh, and me in my coat of many colours.

The House on Redhill Corner

Available through Dragonfly Publishing

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Kindle friendly

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In Czech Republic - Shakespeare & Sons Bookstore

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Cover design in progress - probably not this one!

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