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November 1, 2015



Anna Browne is an ordinary woman living an ordinary life. Her day job as a receptionist in bustling London isn’t exactly her dream, yet she has everything she wants. But someone thinks Anna Browne deserves more . 
When a parcel addressed to Anna Browne arrives, she has no idea who has sent it. Inside she finds a beautiful gift – one that is designed to be seen. And so begins a series of incredible deliveries, each one bringing Anna further out of the shadows and encouraging her to become the woman she was destined to be.
As Anna grows in confidence, others begin to notice her – and her life starts to change. But who is sending the mysterious gifts, and why?
I really enjoyed reading about the mysterious gifts being sent to Anna Browne. Miranda Dickinson has always had a head full of stories. From an early age she dreamed of writing books. Imagine the most amazing, beautiful gift, chosen especially for you wrapped with great care, so that the wrapping is as delicious as the gift itself. When Anna Browne is given a parcel by the UPS delivery man she is surprised as she never gets parcels delivered to her at work or at home. As Anne stared at the parcel she didn’t recognise the hand writing and there was no returns address. Anna went through her list of friends who might have sent the parcel to her. Could it be from Tish, or from her younger brother, or anna elderly neighbour or Jonah Rawdon, who was the closest person Anna had to a best friend in the city. Anna didn’t know who had sent her gift to her. This is a mystery who is sending Anna Browne  mysterious gifts and why.



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