A Christmas To Remember by Anton du Beke

Perfect for fans of Downton Abbey and Mr Selfridge.

You’re cordially invited to the wedding of the year … an all-dazzling, all-dancing delight from (shhh, don’t tell the others) my favourite #Strictly judge, Anton Du Beke


what it says on the cover …

London, 1938.

When fiercely independent chambermaid Nancy Nettleton first moved to London and the Buckingham hotel, the last thing on her mind was finding love, let alone falling for the debonair demonstration dancer Raymond De Guise.

As the festive season approaches, life at the exclusive hotel is busier than ever, with guests arriving from around the world, seeking comfort, relaxation and refuge as tensions build across Europe and it looks like another war is imminent.

Behind the scenes, the staff work tirelessly, ensuring the smooth operation of the hotel, guarding the secrets of their guests – but they have many of their own that they fear will be revealed.

As the band strikes up in the Grand Ballroom to celebrate the nuptials of Raymond and Nancy, one thing is certain – this will be a Christmas to remember.

what you need to know

A Christmas to Remember will be published in paperback on 14th October 2021 … so not too long to wait then! But if you can’t wait, you can pre-order your copy right away. Waltz your way closer to a copy here:

author bio

Anton Du Beke, household name and all-round entertainer, brings the charm and style he’s famous for to his writing. His debut novel – One Enchanted Evening – was a Sunday Times bestseller in both HB and PB and has sold over 52,000 physical copies.

Anton is one of the most instantly recognisable TV personalities today, best known for his role on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, which he has featured on since its inception in 2004. His debut album reached the Top 20, and his annual sell-out tours have been thrilling dance fans in theatres nationwide for over a decade.

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