Mistletoe Seller
Dilly Court, Read by Annie Aldington

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Narrated By: Annie Aldington

Duration: 12 hours and 44 minutes

What to expect

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It’s Christmas Eve. Flurries of snow fall on the cobbled streets of Whitechapel and an abandoned baby, swaddled in a blanket, is found on a doorstep in Angel Lane . . .

Named after the street on which she was found, Angel Winter was blessed to be taken from the harsh streets into a loving home. But fate deals a cruel blow and she’s torn from the only family she has ever known, and thrown onto the cobbles of Covent Garden to fend for herself.

With winter closing in, Angel scratches a living selling mistletoe to the City gentlemen who pass through the market, hoping they will take pity on her as she shivers in the snow. The only way she can survive is to make her own luck. She will never sell the one treasure that could feed her for a month, the gold and ruby ring that was hidden in her swaddling – it could hold the key to the secrets of her past . . .

Genre

Generational sagas, Historical fiction

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Praise for The Mistletoe Seller:

‘Wonderfully festive’ The Sun

Praise for Dilly Court:

‘Feisty female characters to fall in love with in a spirited, adventurous novel’ Sunday Express

‘Dilly Court’s latest novel is another page-turner that will keep you gripped to the end – 5 stars’ The People’s Friend

‘As always Dilly keeps you absorbed right to the end’ Choice

‘A rollicking, fast-paced adventure with a hint of romance!’ My Weekly

‘Spellbinding . . . you just keep turning the pages’ Daily Mail

‘A fast-paced, riveting read’ Sunday Express

‘A heart-warming, fast-paced story that will keep you gripped till the end’ The People’s Friend

‘Feisty female characters to fall in love with in a spirited, adventurous novel’ Sunday Express

‘Atmospheric, vivid and compelling’ My Weekly

‘An excellent, well-researched read’ People’s Friend

‘Perfect for Downton Abbey fans … heart-tugging’ Peterborough Telegraph