Guest Post by Deborah Lawrenson, author of 300 Days of Sun


Linda's Book Bag

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Although I haven’t had time to read 300 Days of Sun by Deborah Lawrenson yet, I was so intrigued by the story line that I had to ask her onto Linda’s Book Bag to tell me about the theme of identity that so obviously runs through the book.

300 days of Sun is available here in e-book and paperback.

300 Days of Sun

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Travelling to Faro, Portugal, journalist Joanna Millard hopes to escape an unsatisfying relationship and a stalled career. Faro is an enchanting town, and the seaside views are enhanced by the company of Nathan Emberlin, a charismatic younger man. But behind the crumbling facades of Moorish buildings, Joanna soon realizes, Faro has a seedy underbelly, its economy compromised by corruption and wartime spoils. And Nathan has an ulterior motive for seeking her company: he is determined to discover the truth involving a child’s kidnapping that may have taken…

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