EBOOK AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 15 – AMAZON US/AMAZON UK
Warm your heart this Christmas with this wonderful festive tale from bestselling author P.J. Tracy – perfect for fans of It’s a Wonderful Life or Miracle on 34th Street.
Emil Rice has a silver tongue and sticky fingers, the only problem is that his charm always gets him into trouble and he’s never been very good at not getting arrested. Twenty-two times he’s been caught and twenty-two times he’s sworn never to steal again, but it’s on his twenty-third arrest when Emil realizes he may have picked up more than he bargained for. Sentenced to community service at a secure mental health facility, Emil is unwillingly befriended by two elderly female patients who believe he is the final part of a big cosmic plan that will change their lives forever…
This heartwarming Christmas tale of kindness, friendship and redemption will be perfect for the cold winter nights!
What a charming, heartwarming and delightful tale from P J Tracy. Just what you want to read as Christmas approaches. Emil is given yet another chance to sort himself out after violating his parole when the Judge assigns him to a care facility instead of back to jail. There he meets two sisters who believe they are two of the Magi and that Emil is the third and so begins a journey to put a smile on your face and a story to bring some Christmas cheer.
Rating: 4* Recommended
Thanks to Penguin Books for eARC of this book in return for an honest review.
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This ebook first published in Great Britain by Penguin Books 2017
Copyright © Traci Lambrecht, 2017 The moral right of the author has been asserted ISBN: 978-1-405-93453-4
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