Little Beach Street Bakery: The ultimate feel-good read from the Sunday Times bestselling author
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Jenny Colgan loves Cornwall and it shows. Her settings might originate from her imagination but they are steeped in history and her childhood.
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Fascinating fact: Polbearne was actually based on the real-life island of St. Michael’s Mount. Which, just like it’s fictional counterpart, has a road that is only accessible at times of low tide. I can’t even imagine!All across the USA, people are showing up dead. The deaths don't appear to be connected in any way until one particular death occurs and gets the Secretary of Defense's attention. He arranges for a task force to investigate. These books essentially follow a collection of characters as they live their lives. There is little in the way of epic plot points or arcs.
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Cornwall is the setting of many gorgeous bakeries and cream tea establishments and we’re only sad to report that the beach street bakery is fictional. but its a good game to and try and find it.I've been craving fresh-baked artisan bread all day...and honey. Lots of raw honey. Thanks for the carbs Jenny Colgan.
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Neil was by far the cutest addition to the story even though he was unrealistically tame, but whatever! Now I want a pet puffin.I don’t know how I’ve failed to mention the best part of the story this far into my review! When Polly moves to Polbearne she unintentionally takes on a new pet which she names Neil. Neil, the puffin. If that wasn’t enough, her boyfriend has slowly but steadily grown more absent as a result of a returning set of responsibilities he thought he had left behind. I loved the location, in Cornwall, and loved the people. And as it's set in a bakery, craved fresh bread all day.