Beaumaris Books

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Beaumaris Books
In association with Penguin Books Australia
Proudly presents an evening with

FIONA McINTOSH

To coincide with the release of her new novel

THE TEA GARDENS

  

When:   Wednesday 8th November, 2017 7.30pm

Where: GINGER FOX
             23-25 South Concourse, Beaumaris

Cost: Book & ticket together for just $50
Also includes admission & finger food. Beverages at bar prices.

*Only at time of ticket purchase

*Only one specially priced book per ticket

**Phone credit card bookings accepted**

Ticket Only $35

Phone: 9589 4638

E-mail: read@beaumarisbooks.com.au

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The Tea Gardens
Trouble is brewing . . . Spirited Doctor Isla Fenwick is determined to work at the coalface of medicine in India before committing to life as a dutiful wife. With hopes of making a difference in the world, she sails to Calcutta to set up a midwifery clinic. There she will be forced to question her beliefs, her professionalism and her romantic loyalties. On a desperate rescue mission to save the one person who needs her the most, she travels into the foothills of the Himalayas to a tea plantation outside Darjeeling. At the roof of the world, where heaven and earth collide, Isla will be asked to pay the ultimate price for her passions. From England’s seaside town of Brighton to India’s slums of Calcutta and the breathtaking Himalayan mountains, The Tea Gardens is a wildly exciting novel of heroism, heartache and healing, by the bestselling author of The Chocolate Tin.

Fiona McIntosh is an internationally bestselling author of novels for adults and children, including The Chocolate Tin, The Perfumer’s Secret, The Last Dance and Nightingale. She co-founded an award-winning travel magazine with her husband, which they ran for fifteen years while raising their twin sons before she became a full-time author. Fiona roams the world researching and drawing inspiration for her novels, and runs a series of highly respected fiction masterclasses. She calls South Australia home

Written by Andrew Martin — June 26, 2017