The Lost Letters of WIlliam Woolf
Lost letters have only one hope for survival . . .
Inside the Dead Letters Depot in East London, William Woolf is one of thirty letter detectives who spend their days solving mysteries. Missing postcodes, illegible handwriting, rain-smudged ink, lost address labels, torn packages, forgotten street names – they are all the culprits of missed birthdays, broken hearts, unheard confessions, pointless accusations, unpaid bills and unanswered prayers.
When William discovers letters addressed simply to 'My Great Love' his work takes on new meaning.
Written by a woman to a soulmate she hasn't met yet, the missives stir William in ways he didn't know were possible. Soon he begins to wonder: Could William be her great love?
William must follow the clues in Winter's letters to solve his most important mystery yet: the human heart.
'With love, romance and frustrated hopes, this life affirming book will draw you in and keep you there'
"This debut novel enchants and captivates. William Woolf has what seems to be the best job in the world: he works at the Dead Letters Depot, where he dedicates his life to reuniting letters and parcels that do not have a proper address with their intended recipients. Honest yet lyrical, Cullen's characters are drawn with sympathy. Lose yourself in the whimsy."
"A charming romantic caper. William Woolf, a thirty-something Englishman working in the dead letters depot of London, is the latest in a tribe of unlikely heroes. Delightful."
"Is it love or fantasy which is tormenting him? An original, refreshing novel about lost love and whether the grass is greener on the other side."
"I loved the cover, it matches the book perfectly... A wonderful book... I enjoyed it tremendously and couldn't put it down."
- Freida Novo, Saloona
"I loved the plot and protagonists. The book examines a couple's deteriorating relationship and courage in overcoming all odds. A recommended read."
Hagit Ben Hur, "Book Parliament"
"A wonderful, wonderful book!! I hope you enjoy it as much as I have."
Limor Balal, "Book Lovers' Club"