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Court has been publishing books since 2005 under the names Dilly Court and Lilly Baxter. Her latest title, Rag-and-Bone Christmas is a festive treat and perfect to curl up and enjoy on a winter evening!
Our Reviews Editor, Liz Robinson, had the pleasure of reading the 40th book and described it as "a perfect gift" and a "warm-hearted, page-turning, festive feast of a novel". You can find all of Liz's thoughts here on the Rag-and-Bone Christmas book page.
With 15 years worth of prolific writing, there's plently of material to fall in love with as you work through Court's past books. Some of the books form their own series so you can fall even deeper in love with the characters, although Rag-and-Bone Christmas is a standalone title, and a brilliant starting point!
Set in Paradise Row, London. December 1865.
Snow is falling fast and Sally Suggs is working tirelessly to bring in enough money to keep bread on the table. Her father, a skilled rag-and-bone man, has fallen ill and now Sally has taken up his trade.
But this is a man's world and competition is fierce, and Sally's rival Finn Kelly always seems to be one step ahead. Her family's one valuable possession is their horse, Flower, yet with no one to protect them, London's underbelly of black-market traders circle closer.
Sally needs to find help in the most unexpected places if they are to survive...
Dilly Court grew up in North East London and her career started in commercial television. She now writes from her home in Dorset on the Jurassic Coast where she lives with her husband and a large, yellow Labrador. You can find out more about Dilly and keep up to date with her latest books by following her and the Dilly Court Team on Facebook (@DillyCourtAuthor).
If you’re looking for the full list of titles released under Dilly Court and Lily Baxter, you needn’t look any further than our LoveReading Loves Channel, created to celebrate the the 40th Book by Court - Fall in Love With Dilly Court, they're separated into the two different author names and the books are organised in publication date order!
Have you read any of the titles by Dilly Court? Have you got a copy of Rag-and-Bone Christmas yet? Tell us in the comments which are your favourite novels and which ones you've just added to your to-be-read list.