Last Orders at The Star and Sixpence by Holly Hepburn

Ice-cold drinks, summer sun and colourful characters – welcome to the perfect village pub!

Nestled in the quiet countryside sits the cosy village of Little Monkham, home of The Star and Sixpence, a renovated pub owned by sisters Sam and Nessie. As the locals welcome the new season, it appears that change is afoot in their tiny community, and not all of it for the better…

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Published: August 8th 2019
Page Count: 390
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Hepburn had me crying with laughter and sad tears too. I love the way that Holly writes, and how you find yourself immersed in the book and if you are there too. To be honest, I would love to visit the village and the atmospheric pub. I would highly recommend this book, and already have Castle Court to read, with The Picture House by the Sea lined up too. Hepburn is a new favourite author.…

Nessie is moving in with her boyfriend, leaving Sam alone in the pub. But with the arrival of new chef Gabriel causing a flutter among the women of the village, it seems that Sam might not be so lonely after all. Having just recently come out of a relationship, Sam’s attraction to Gabe is inconvenient, but that’s the least of her worries when an unexpected visitor arrives at the pub, determined to stir up trouble.

As Gabe and Sam grow closer, Little Monkham’s latest arrival threatens to reveal a secret that will turn more than one world upside down. Can Sam and Nessie work through the fall out, or is it really last orders at The Star and Sixpence?


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