The Unwrapping of Theodora Quirke
From the bestselling author of The Drowning of Arthur Braxton.
‘SAVE THEO SPITFIRE AND ORAL’
Theodora Quirke has no reason to be merry. It’s bad enough that she has to work on Christmas Eve but now there’s a drunk bloke dressed as Santa and claiming to be St Nick hanging around outside her flat. Given he’s professing to be the giver of Christmas miracles and nearly 2000 years old, she's wary.
Things get even more weird when St Nick insists he’s there to save Theo. And with the next St Nicholas Day somehow fast approaching, he’s even got a plan that’ll change her life forever.
It all seems pretty straightforward, apart for one awkward fact: Theodora Quirke doesn’t actually need saving.
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