âThe Australian Womenâs Weekly
Harriet Turner knows all about journeys. Sheâs arranged hundreds of them for her familyâs travel agency. Now Harriet is joining her adopted sister, Lara, to lead a group through the Cornish countryside. But when Lara fails to appear at the airport as planned, Harriet finds herself in uncharted territory and suddenly alone with a busload of eccentric seniors. As the tour wends its way through the picturesque landscape, Harriet must uncover her sisterâs whereabouts and confront long-held family secrets involving Laraâs arrival twenty-five years ago . . . not to mention keeping track of more baggageâreal and emotionalâthan she ever expected.
âWith every book, Monica McInerney becomes more skilled at juggling plot complexities and giving depth to her characters. . . . Perfect [for] weekend reading.â
âMarie Claire (Australia)
âA book to treasure that is clever, amusing and heart-warmingly touching.â
âWomanâs Day (Australia)
About: When travel agent Harriet Turner's foster sister Lara vanishes on the eve of an overseas trip, Harriet finds herself left alone with a busload of eccentric senior citizens as she confronts questions about her family and her childhood.
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