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Where The Heart Is (Fiona Macdougall) By Tabitha Ormiston-Smith.

Broke and unemployed, Fiona moves to a country cottage. Life in the country turns out to be rather more exacting than she had expected, and she must learn many new skills. But one event will completely change her life!

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Broke and unemployed, Fiona moves to a country cottage. Life in the country turns out to be rather more exacting than she had expected, and she must learn many new skills. But one event will completely change her life!


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Even with high expectations for this book, Tabitha Ormiston-Smith has once again surpassed my hopes. The author has a true gift for bringing first person to life, leaving the reader fully immersed in the story. Once more, Tabitha’s clever and quirky humor is on full display, pushing Where the Heart is from delightful to brilliant. It was a truly satisfying read, and I would gladly recommend it to everyone.


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Biography

Tabitha Ormiston-Smith was born and continues to age. Dividing her time between her houses in Melbourne and the country, she is ably assisted in her editing business and her other endeavours by Ferret, the three-legged bandit.


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