‘Last Bank Holiday’ is Christina Delmonte’s debut novel.

Christina has had a successful career in the Art, Design and TV Industry before owning her very own Art Gallery.

Inspired by her love of reading, Christina decided to put pen to paper and create

‘Last Bank Holiday’.

Splitting time between Europe and the UK, she lives in the beautiful county of Cheshire, which has provided much of the inspiration for the novel, along with her husband and two children.


“This is a fabulously addictive debut novel, crafted to perfection around a Bank Holiday weekend break that goes wrong. I think we can all relate to having those secret fears when we stay away from home somewhere new but this book really did transport me to the hell this family faced when they booked time away at Delamere Forest in Cheshire. The circumstances surrounding their break were very cleverly thought out and the tension palpable throughout their ordeal. There are a few unexpected twists and turns as the storyline weaves its way through to the final few pages and some of them are rather dark and shocking! I would definitely pick up another book by this author in the future.”

“Gripping from the start with a great twist…i guzzled this page turner down in 3 days then felt bereft… I feel a sequel is needed”

“Oh wow just can’t believe this is Christina’s first ever book it is totally brilliant – she had me gripped right from the start. What a very talented lady. Thought there was going to be a twist but was surprised at the ending!! Lots of real life tear jerking moments that made me reminisce to my poor late Mums illness Can’t wait for your next one CDM”

“Great read. Easy to get absorbed into the characters and feel the pain of their plight. The suspense and intrigue heighten as the truth behind the events gradually unfold. Gripping!”

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