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ISBN: 1898801207
ISBN13: 978-1898801207
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary
Author: no-author
Language: English
Publisher: ORION (2005)
Pages: 263 pages
ePUB size: 1810 kb
FB2 size: 1573 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 624
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Cordanius
Anyone who has enjoyed the Miss Read books will enjoy these "Village" books. They are like a sort of updated, more contemporary version - not so modern that we are dealing with the sort of "raw life" we get shoved down our necks in soap operas and a lot of contemporary fiction - these books deal with things in a less confrontational way. A gentle and more relaxing read - which is exactly what I need.
Steel_Blade
Great series of books.....got to know the characters now and it is very intersting seeing the progression of the people who live in the village! Still got lots of the series to read.
Felolak
This is the third novel in the Turham Malpas series of books about English village life. The village verger is marrying the rector's new housekeeper, a new baby joins the scene, and church silver hidden during World War II is rediscovered in the former big house, sparking a legal battle over the ownership of the pieces.

Quote: "Please, Rector, please sit down." Mr Fitch sat at his desk chair. "I suppose you saw my effigy?"

A third good work in this series by Rebecca Shaw. More drama, more eccentric villagers, more legal battles. All good things.
Zainian
This is the third novel in the Turham Malpas series of books about English village life. The village verger is marrying the rector's new housekeeper, a new baby joins the scene, and church silver hidden during World War II is rediscovered in the former big house, sparking a legal battle over the ownership of the pieces.

Quote: "Please, Rector, please sit down." Mr Fitch sat at his desk chair. "I suppose you saw my effigy?"

A third good work in this series by Rebecca Shaw. More drama, more eccentric villagers, more legal battles. All good things.