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About THE CHRISTMAS VILLAGE:  Jamie wished that he could live in his grandma’s perfect little Christmas Village, and now that wish has magically come true. But is the village really what it seems? What stunning secret does it hold? And how will Jamie ever get back home? Don’t miss the adventure when my book, The Christmas Village, is released in October, 2011 – just in time for Christmas.

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Welcome to my website – I’m so glad you’ve come by to visit. Here you will find information about my book, The Christmas Village, due to be released in October, 2011. You’ll also find information about where to buy the book online, independent book stores carrying it, as well as my event calendar, including blog tours and book signings.

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HERE’S MORE ABOUT THE BOOK TO WHET YOUR APPETITE:

When Jamie Reynolds comes to his grandparents’ Vermont home for Christmas, he just wants things to go back to the way they were before his dad disappeared. Time and again he is drawn to Grandma’s miniature Christmas Village, where he imagines that life is perfect. Late one night, the village comes to life before Jamie’s eyes, and his fantasy of escaping into it becomes very real indeed.

He discovers that the village is called Canterbury, where the year is 1932. Jamie becomes fast friends with Kelly and Christopher Pennysworth, and is taken in by Ida, who runs the local boarding house. But he also makes a dangerous enemy of the mysterious and menacing Jim Gordon, whose return to town is nothing but trouble.

Jamie desperately races against the clock to find his way back home by Christmas. But at the worst possible moment, a shocking event throws everything up in the air and Jamie is faced with a terrible choice: to go ahead with his plan to leave, or to stay and help his friends, at the risk of never going home again.

The Christmas Village is an adventure that children of all ages will love, filled with suspense, secrets and surprises to the very last page.

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