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The Nice Series

Celia Imrie

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

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Summary

The witty and enchanting Nice series, from the well-loved actress and Sunday Times­-bestselling author Celia Imrie 
 
'Utterly delicious in every way' Joanna Lumley 
 
Not Quite Nice 
Nice Work (If You Can Get It)  
A Nice Cup of Tea 
 
In the beautiful town of Bellevue-sur-Mer, tucked between glitzy Monte Carlo and the plush red carpets of Cannes, join Theresa, Carol, William, Benjamin and Sally: five retired expats whose adventures in love, friendship and business are never short of laughs - or disaster!

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