Like Bees to Honey - Caroline Smailes Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007356366 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Caroline Smailes / Paperback / 464 Pages / Book is published 2010-05-27 by The Friday Project
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Nina is off to Malta, with her son Christopher in tow, so she can visit her aging parents one last time. Her last visit to Malta didn't end well, after Nina was disowned for falling pregnant whilst at University in England. Malta is nothing like Nina expects though because it transpires that Nina is able to see recently deceased spirits. It turns out Malta is some sort of transit lounge for the dead and as well as Nina being able to help the spirits by listening and learning all about them, they can help her just as much. But what exactly is it that Nina is running scared from? The first time I came across Caroline Smailes, it was when I reading Chat magazine ... Read the complete review
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