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The Great Susan Wiggs Writes With Grace, Insight And Wisdom About The Things That Matter Adriana Trigiani Bestselling Author Of The Shoemaker S Wife In This Thought Provoking, Wise And Emotionally Rich Novel, New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Wiggs Explores The Meaning Of Happiness, Trust, And Faith In Oneself As She Asks The Question, If You Had To Start Over, What Would You Do And Who Would You Be There Is A Book For Everything Somewhere In The Vast Library Of The Universe, As Natalie Thought Of It, There Was A Book That Embodied Exactly The Things She Was Worrying AboutIn The Wake Of A Shocking Tragedy, Natalie Harper Inherits Her Mother S Charming But Financially Strapped Bookshop In San Francisco She Also Becomes Caretaker For Her Ailing Grandfather Andrew, Her Only Living Relative Not Counting Her Scoundrel FatherBut The Gruff, Deeply Kind Andrew Has Begun Displaying Signs Of Decline Natalie Thinks It S Best To Move Him To An Assisted Living Facility To Ensure The Care He Needs To Pay For It, She Plans To Close The Bookstore And Sell The Derelict But Valuable Building On Historic Perdita Street, Which Is In Need Of Constant Fixing There S Only One Problem Grandpa Andrew Owns The Building And Refuses To Sell Natalie Adores Her Grandfather She Ll Do Whatever It Takes To Make His Final Years Happy Besides, She Loves The Store And Its Books Provide Welcome Solace For Her Overwhelming GriefAfter She Moves Into The Small Studio Apartment Above The Shop, Natalie Carries Out Her Grandfather S Request And Hires Contractor Peach Gallagher To Do The Necessary And Ongoing Repairs His Young Daughter, Dorothy, Also Becomes A Regular At The Store, And She And Natalie Begin Reading Together While Peach WorksTo Natalie S Surprise, Her Sorrow Begins To Dissipate As Her Life Becomes An Unexpected Journey Of New Connections, Discoveries And Revelations, From Unearthing Artifacts Hidden In The Bookshop S Walls, To Discovering The Truth About Her Family, Her Future, And Her Own Heart


10 thoughts on “The Lost and Found Bookshop

  1. says:

    I was excited to start this via an e arc and revisit the California area of Archangel that The Apple Orchard and Bee Keeper s Ball we re set in The story doesn t stay there, but it is fun to peek into the lives of characters previously read Tess has some good influences here Natalie hates her job, but loved the stability The tragic accident that takes her mother and changes her life course, returning her to The Lost and Found Bookshop in San Francisco has her deciding what she really wants in life and her mother s legacy The added twist to the story is her relationship to her grandfather and his ties to the building the bookshop is housed in I was rather tickled by the story development of Peach, and could have had of the cute hammer for hire I hope there are books to come in this area I burned through this book, and I adored the new characters the bookshop brought I was a little annoyed with some of the flow of the story you know when you want someone to punch one of the characters in the face because they are jerks in parts, but overall I definitely would dash right into the next book of it was available I seriously would have kept reading if the book didn t end like it did I always want when books make me feel like I tipped right into the created world I felt rushed or glossed over in some aspects, but overall I really enjoyed this book Bookshop Wine country San Francisco Bookshop I really do enjoy Susan Wiggs as an author, great mix of family and friend relationships right along with the romantic developments I was really sold on the title though Okay, I may or may not come tidy these wandering distracted by children points It isn t a solid review, notes to self read it Ha It isn t out yet, so go get the other books first


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    Thank you to Harper Collins Publishers and NetGalley for providing an advance copy of this book in exchange for my honest review The book will be published on July 7th, 2020.This was such a fun book to read San Francisco, a book shop, hidden treasures and the requisite hunky, intelligent, warm hammer for hire who is both emotionally available and comes complete with adorable child I knew it would be good when she threw in a well justified take this job and shove it moment Plenty of literary references, a great set of characters I would love to know, and easy to read Susan Wiggs is on my list of goto authors who will always lift my mood.


  3. says:

    Thank you to Harper Collins Publishers and NetGalley for letting me read the e ARC of this novel A plane crash that kills Natalie Harper s mom and boyfriend leads her to return home to run her mother s bookshop, deal with debt, and take care of Grandy Her grandfather Grandy suffers from dementia, but remembers that treasures are said to be hidden in the bookshop The old bookshop needs both accommodations for Grandy and repairs to its run down interior Hammer for hire Peach Gallagher saves the day on multiple occasions, and his daughter Dorothy makes it her personal mission to keep the bookshop from closing The whole quirky cast of characters come together to discover and live out the bookshop adventures that Blythe Harper left in her legacy Though the pacing at the end of the novel seems rushed and a bit unlikely, Natalie gets her happily ever after Release date July 7, 2020.


  4. says:

    I absolutely loved this little gem of a book by Susan Wiggs Natalie s life is upended when her mother and boyfriend are killed in a plane crash and she has to return to the city to take care of Grandy, who s memory is failing, and her mother s indie bookstore, The Lost and Found Bookshop, which is in serious financial trouble Wiggs characters touched me and I particularly liked the nod to characters from her other books Highly recommend


  5. says:

    Sweet feel good story