Guest Post: The Seeker of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

Guest Post

The Seeker of Lost Things
By Ruth Hogan


Tilbury Bean (Tilly for short) was my enthusiastic assistant when I was out gathering lost things. Tilly was particularly adept at finding tennis balls. She would scour the undergrowth in the park and very rarely return without one in her mouth. The only problem was, that she would also search for tennis balls on the tennis courts. During tennis matches. Tilly sadly died before I got my first publishing deal for KEEPER, but when I did, and set my own company, I named it after her – Tilbury Bean Books.



Once a celebrated author of short stories now in his twilight years, Anthony Peardew has spent half his life lovingly collecting lost objects, trying to atone for a promise broken many years before.
Realising he is running out of time, he leaves his house and all its lost treasures to his assistant Laura, the one person he can trust to fulfil his legacy and reunite the thousands of objects with their rightful owners.
But the final wishes of the Keeper of Lost Things have unforeseen repercussions which trigger a most serendipitous series of encounters…

With an unforgettable cast of characters that includes young girls with special powers, handsome gardeners, irritable ghosts and an array of irresistible four-legged friends, The Keeper of Lost Things is a debut novel of endless possibilities and joyful discoveries that will leave you bereft once you’ve finished reading.

The Keeper of Lost Things is out now, priced £16.99, published by Two Roads books.

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