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To Lahore, With Love: 'One of those books that warms your heart from the inside out'

Hina Belitz

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

'Warm, delicious and so beautifully written' Beth O'Leary, author of THE FLATSHARE

Escape today with this gorgeous novel that will warm your heart, tickle your tastebuds and take you on the journey of a lifetime...

Addy Mayford has always struggled with her identity. Brought up in a household of stories, food and faith by her Irish mother and Pakistani Nana, she feels constantly torn between the two sides of her upbringing. Since the death of her father, she's found contentment cooking delicious recipes from his home city of Lahore, despite the protestations of her mother that being a chef is no career for a young woman. It's only with the love of her gorgeous husband, Gabe, that she's truly found happiness.

When Addy stumbles across a secret that shatters her world, she desperately needs to escape and is drawn to the sights of Lahore and the family she's never known. Waiting for her there is Addy's final acceptance of who she is, and a long-buried family secret that will change her life for ever.

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Praise for To Lahore, With Love: 'One of those books that warms your heart from the inside out'

  • Warm, delicious and so beautifully written

  • Genuinely funny scenes - Cosmopolitan

  • Poignant... Will transport you lock, stock and barrel to another place - Trip Fiction

  • Read, loved and highly recommended - Tamworth Book Club

  • Reviews for SET ME FREE: 'A deeply moving, quietly powerful story... empowering and inspiring' - The Herald

  • [A] moving tale - Marie Claire

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Hina Belitz

Hina Belitz grew up in Andover in Hampshire. She is an author and renowned equal rights lawyer who graduated in law and creative writing at Brunel and Cambridge University respectively. Her debut novel, SET ME FREE, was critically acclaimed and led to her being interviewed by Morgan Freeman to star in a National Geographic documentary about love. She lives in Hertfordshire with her husband and two sons and her writing has appeared in numerous publication including the Guardian and the BBC.

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