The End of Cuthbert Close

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The End of Cuthbert Close Author, Cassie Hamer Writes a Letter to her Neighbours... 3 Weeks Ago

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7 April 2020

The End of Cuthbert Close Author, Cassie Hamer Writes a Letter to her Neighbours... 3 Weeks Ago

    Why The End of Cuthbert Close Author, Cassie Hamer Thinks We'll Find her Depraved

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    1 April 2020

    Why The End of Cuthbert Close Author, Cassie Hamer Thinks We'll Find her Depraved

      Is it The End of Cuthbert Close? Find out Here with a Sneak Peek at Cassie Hamer's Entertaining Novel

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      26 March 2020

      Is it The End of Cuthbert Close? Find out Here with a Sneak Peek at Cassie Hamer's Entertaining Novel

        The End of Cuthbert Close Author, Cassie Hamer Shares her #coronasilverlinings List

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        23 March 2020

        The End of Cuthbert Close Author, Cassie Hamer Shares her #coronasilverlinings List

          Cassie Hamer's, The End of Cuthbert Close is a Fabulous, Fun, Thought-provoking Read

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          23 March 2020

          Cassie Hamer's, The End of Cuthbert Close is a Fabulous, Fun, Thought-provoking Read

            Publisher details

            The End of Cuthbert Close
            Author
            Cassie Hamer
            Publisher
            Harlequin
            Released
            23 March, 2020

            Synopsis

            From bestselling author Cassie Hamer, comes a hilarious tale of warring neighbours in Australian suburbia, with a mystery at its heart. You can choose your friends, but you can't choose your neighbours. (Trad. proverb, origin: Australian suburbia) Food stylist Cara, corporate lawyer Alex and stay-at-home mum Beth couldn't be more different. If it wasn't for the fact they live next door to each other in Cuthbert Close, they'd never have met and bonded over Bundt cake. The Close is an oasis of calm and kindness. The kind of street where kids play cricket together and neighbours pitch in each year for an end of summer party.But no one's told Charlie Devine, glamorous wife of online lifestyle guru, The Primal Guy. When she roars straight into the party with her huge removal truck and her teenage daughter with no care or regard for decades-old tradition, the guacamole really hits the fan.Cara thinks the family just needs time to get used to the village-like atmosphere. Beth wants to give them home cooked meals to help them settle in. Alex, says it's an act of war. But which one of them is right? Dead guinea pigs, cruelly discarded quiches, missing jewellery, commercial sabotage and errant husbands are just the beginning of a train of disturbing and rapidly escalating events that lead to a shocking climax.When the truth comes out, will it be the end of Cuthbert Close?
            Cassie Hamer
            About the author

            Cassie Hamer

            Cassie Hamer has a professional background in journalism and PR, but now much prefers the world of fiction over fact. In 2015, she completed a Masters in Creative Writing, and has since achieved success in numerous short story competitions. After the Party is her first novel.Cassie lives in Sydney with her terrific husband and three, mostly-terrific daughters, who still believe piñatas are a fun and effective method of lolly-distribution. She is working on her second novel, but always has time to connect with other passionate readers via her website – CassieHamer.com – or through social media.You can follow her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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