A stunning romantic mystery by the sea, from Nadia Marks, author of the bestselling Among the Lemon Trees.
The truth will surprise you…
On the island of Cyprus, in the small seaside town of Larnaka, three childhood friends have reunited for the funeral of Katerina, the much-loved old woman who had a profound effect on their lives.
Eleni, Marianna and Adonis grew up together, as close as siblings. Although from humble beginnings – a housemaid from the age of thirteen – Katerina’s love, wisdom and guidance helped shape them all.
Her loss leaves the friends bereft, but the funeral is not just a time to mourn and remember. Adonis’s mother decides that with Katerina’s death comes the time to share the family’s secrets and answer the riddles of their childhood. A story of deception, forbidden love and undying loyalty unravels.
What she reveals will change everything . . .
“My book of the year. An utterly gripping story of love and family secrets” — Vanessa Feltz on Among the Lemon Trees
Published by PanMacmillan 17 May 2018
What better way to celebrate this week of excellence with the publication of DETOX KITCHEN VEGETABLES by Lily Simpson, owner of The Detox Kitchen. Profiled in The Sunday Times, The Independent, and numerous other publications this week readers have been able to get a taste of what’s in store in this epic cookbook. Read on and turn up the volume on your vegetable creations. A whole new exciting and scrumptious world awaits!
Lily Simpson’s exquisite way of cooking is inspired by a range of seasonal greens such as asparagus, green beans and pak choi, as well as the rest of the rainbow: butternut squash, aubergine and sweetcorn. With clever cooking techniques and spicing, her recipes reinvent the vegetarian-style menu – Honey and tamari-roasted fennel salad, Spinach kitchari, Beetroot and shallot fritters, Roasted cabbage with lentils, and Rhubarb granita are just a few of the fantastic dishes that fill the pages of DETOX KITCHEN VEGETABLES.
This beautiful book also includes tips on how to shop for, prepare and cook each vegetable, and tells you when they’re in season so you can get them at their peak time for flavour and nutrition. It’s a way of cooking that will nurture not only good health and wellbeing, but also your everyday joyfulness.
Feel-good recipes that celebrate the versatility and deliciousness of vegetables (and are free from wheat, dairy and refined sugar).