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The Kindness Project: An uplifting, intriguing, feel-good treat of a novel

Sam Binnie

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Graphic novels: literary & memoirs, Fiction-related items

It takes a lot of courage to be kind ...

Step 1. Help the baker's widow find the way back from her loss
Step 2. Find the true calling of the overworked, exhausted single mum who runs the grocer's
Step 3. Finally call a truce on the decades old feud between two local fishermen
Step 4. Unlock your clamped-shut heart
Step 5. Forgive me ...?

The locals of a Cornish beach-side town are grieving the sudden loss of Bea Adlington who - loved or loathed - was the beating heart of their hard-working, tight-knit community.

Now her reclusive estranged daughter has turned up, keen to tie up her affairs and move on.

But Bea has bequeathed her daughter a mission - a collection of unfinished tasks to help out those most in need of it. She knew Alice would not refuse her challenge.

Each little act will bring Alice closer to understanding why her mother left her; it might help her find the courage to open her clamped-shut heart and, maybe, 'The Kindness Project' will be the key that unlocks the powerful secrets that both women had been keeping ...

THE KINDNESS PROJECT will draw you deep into the lives of two lonely and compelling women who should have had the chance to say goodbye. It will break your heart then tenderly piece it back together again, stronger than it was before ...

This is a must-read for those who loved The Lido, Three Things About Elsie, The Flatshare, Something To Live For, The Authenticity Project and The Keeper Of Lost Things.

(P)2021 Headline Publishing Group Limited

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Sam Binnie

Sam Binnie has written for the Guardian, Vice magazine, and Google's Creative Lab, among others, and was the 2005 winner of the Harper's/Orange Prize Short Story Competition. The Kindness Project is her fourth novel.

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