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Title:
The Juniper Gin Joint
Written by:
Lizzie Lovell 
Read by:
Sophie Aldred 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
7 hours 49 minutes 
Published:
August 01 2019 
Available Date:
August 01 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9780655609742 
Genres:
Fiction; Contemporary; Contemporary Fiction; Romance; Romantic Comedy 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Audible audio 
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Can a distinctive blend of gin and friends put Jennifer's life back on track?

When life gives you lemons, make a gin and tonic! It's been a tough year for empty-nester Jen in her seaside Devon town; her kids have left for new pastures and her husband's left for another woman. Home alone with her eccentric home-brewing father and a Jack Russell, she is just getting her life back on track when her job at the local museum is threatened by her first love and nemesis, Councillor David Barton, who intends to sell the beautiful old building to a pub chain. But help is at hand from her colleagues: Jackie, a former Greenham Common warrior; Tish, a flamboyant historian; and Carol, a mega-flirt. Plus newcomer and former campaigner, Tom. Who happens to be a widower. And quite sexy. And also the owner of a Jack Russell. The key to saving the day and putting the town back on the tourist map could lie just within reach – when reaching for a cold gin and tonic, that is. Mother's Ruin to some, gin is the making of Jen when she comes together with her friends and family to save the museum and open an artisan distillery in the basement. With its debauched local history of smuggling, can gin be the town's saviour and bring love back into Jen's life?

'A born storyteller with a gift for characterisation, she writes with warmth, lovely earthy detail ... with echoes of Victoria Wood.'
The Daily Mail

'Like a complex gin brimming with botanicals, this delicious book offers a giant swig of a story full of characters, wit and warmth.'
Jules Wake