Order a SIGNED COPY of At the Coffee Shop of Curiosities by Heather Webber.
BONUS: We will send a digital recipe card from Heather to everyone that preorders from The Snail.
The Snail on the Wall is pleased to bring you a SPECIAL OFFER for Heather Webber's latest novel set in Alabama. The author is personally signing copies just for The Snail on the Wall, since our Alabama bookstore loves to support Heather's Alabama novels.
To order: add the book below to your cart, and type "signed copy" in comments at checkout. If you'd like signed copies of any of her other books below, preorder them at the same time.
This offer is available only through Huntsville's independent bookstore, The Snail on the Wall, in partnership with Tor/Forge Books.
About At the Coffee Shop of Curiosities:
When Ava Harrison receives a letter containing an unusual job listing one month after the sudden death of her ex-boyfriend, she thinks she’s being haunted. The listing—a job as a live-in caretaker for a peculiar old man and his cranky cat in Driftwood, Alabama—is the perfect chance to start a new life. A normal life. Ava has always been too fearful to even travel, so no one’s more surprised than she is when she throws caution to the wind and drives to the distant beachside town. On the surface, Maggie Mae Brightwell is a bundle of energy as she runs Magpie’s, Driftwood’s coffee and curiosity shop, where there’s magic to be found in pairing the old with the new. But lurking under her cheerful exterior is a painful truth—keeping busy is the best way to distract herself from the lingering loss of her mama and her worries about her aging father. No one knows better than she does that you can’t pour from an empty cup, but holding on to the past is the only thing keeping the hope alive that her mama will return home one day.
About Heather Webber:
HEATHER WEBBER is the national bestselling author of more than thirty novels--including Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe, the Lucy Valentine novels, and the Nina Quinn Mysteries--and has been twice nominated for an Agatha Award. She loves to spend time with her family, read, drink too much coffee and tea, birdwatch, crochet, watch cooking competition and home improvement shows, crochet, and bake. Heather lives in southwestern Ohio and is hard at work on her next book.