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eBook Village Green Affair ePub

by Rebecca Shaw

  • ISBN: 0752893629
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  • Author: Rebecca Shaw
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Orion (September 15, 2008)
  • ePub book: 1721 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1936 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 144

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The Village Green Affair.

The Village Green Affair. First published in Great Britain in 2008 by Orion Books, an imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd. Orion House, 5 Upper Saint Martin’s Lane.

Rebecca Shaw makes us want to live in Turnham Malpas where life revolves around the church and the village store. It was nice to spend time with these "friends" again.

Ships from and sold by SuperBookDeals-. Ships from and sold by OptimumOptimorum. Rebecca Shaw makes us want to live in Turnham Malpas where life revolves around the church and the village store. I eagerly await January's volume 14!

The ancient village green has been at the centre of Turnham Malpas life for many lively centuries.

The ancient village green has been at the centre of Turnham Malpas life for many lively centuries. But the events of this short passionate summer are a match for anything it has witnessed before. Rebecca Shaw brings the warmth, humour and drama that enliven all these village books in this, the thirteenth of her bestselling Turnham Malpas series.

Shaw, Rebecca illages of Turnham Malpas, Littl.

Shaw, Rebecca illages of Turnham Malpas, Little Derehams and Penny Fawcett had escaped having one put through their letterbox - that every single door and window would be locked, And, if possible, double-locked. They didn’t want their treasures to end up in that second-hand shop down by the old docks in Culworth

Rebecca Shaw was the Sunday Times bestselling author of 27 novels published by Orion Publishing Group. She sold more than one million copies

Rebecca Shaw was the Sunday Times bestselling author of 27 novels published by Orion Publishing Group. She sold more than one million copies. Her books came in two series, Barleybridge and Turnham Malpas, and revolved around the loves and lives of countryside dwellers. She also published three standalone eBooks. Shaw grew up in Armley, Leeds, and attended the progressive independent co-educational Wennington School. She became a school teacher and worked with deaf children.

The Village Green Affair book. Rebecca Shaw brings the humour and drama that enliven all her village books' (BOLTON NEWS ) 'What I love about the village series is that this is no idealised version of village life. Rebecca Shaw brings the humour and drama that enliven all. NEWS LETTER ) 'Rebecca Shaw fans will not be disappointed by the depth and warmth of the writing in this 13th novel. coventry evening telegraph ). Get A Copy.

Dramatic events in Turnham Malpas make for a steamy summer. A mysterious visitor has arrived in Turnham Malpas. What can Titus Bellamy want? Is it true, the villagers ask each other, that he has discovered a medieval charter which grants the right to hold a market on their picturesque village green? And if it is true, can he be stopped? Meanwhile, after twenty-five years, the marriage of Liz and Neville Neal is on the rocks. Or so the unhappy Liz thinks.

Enjoyed this book very much. Well up to the standard of previously read Rebecca Shaw novels. I will certainly watch out for any new titles from this author, whether it is about Turnam Malpas and or Barleybridge. Best-selling in Fiction. See all. Current slide {CURRENT SLIDE} of {TOTAL SLIDES}- Best-selling in Fiction. Nineteen Eighty-Four (Penguin Essentials) by George Orwell (Paperback, 2008).

The anniversary party and the market on the green mark both the beginning and the end of two quite different relationships

The anniversary party and the market on the green mark both the beginning and the end of two quite different relationships. Format Paperback 304 pages.

Village Green Affair. Book in the Tales from Turnham Malpas Series). Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780752893624. Release Date:January 2008.

Village Green Affair

Comments

Truthcliff Truthcliff
Neville and Liz have been married for decades, but the spark went out long ago. When a new comer arrives in their quiet English village, Liz feels an immediate attraction. To combat the cracks rapidly forming in their marriage, Neal consults the local parson, Peter Harris, for advice. Meanwhile, the rest of the village is in uproar over the newcomer's presence - he runs a local market which is bringing outside elements, including crime, into their area.

Quote: "'No, you go upstairs. I'll do this.' He rather imagined that was something Peter would say and congratulated himself, then added 'loving contact' by patting her shoulder before collecting their cups together."

This book is the most recent in a long series about life in an English village that I typically really enjoy. However, by book 13 it really begins to feel like the author has run out of ideas and has now just turned to rehashing conflicts and issues from previous novels. We have the marriage going south, the affair, the outsider bringing new ideas into the village, the *surprise* death. It all gets a little been there, done that. I still think the series is worth reading, I just hope that the next installment, if there is one, has a little more life to it.
Reighbyra Reighbyra
Great read but you must have read her previous books to get to know the characters, stories tend to follow on. I have only got about four more to read in her series of Turnham Malpas. Have thoroughly enjoyed everyone.
Saintrius Saintrius
I can only repeat what I said about A Village in Jeopardy. Wonderful read, and if you have not read from book 1, I suggest you buy them and start from the beginning.
Cia Cia
Good step in the story of Turnham Malpas. This village story makes the sound of living there a great place

loved it
Goktilar Goktilar
Rebecca Shaw makes us want to live in Turnham Malpas where life revolves around the church and the village store. It was nice to spend time with these "friends" again. I eagerly await January's volume 14!
Andromathris Andromathris
This book obviously starts well into a long series set around the village of Turnham Malpas and its inhabitants and ends on a complete cliffhanger. Seemingly devoted wife and mother, Liz Neal who has been married to shady and ruthless accountant Neville Neal for twenty five years,is disliking him and his nasty ways to a point where it's nearly hatred. A monthly fair is set up on the village green and its organiser, Titus Bellamy faces stern opposition to anything which changes the ways of the village. Titus and Liz fall in love at first sight, a fact which doesn't escape the notice of the villagers, but, in their sublime first flush of love, the pair ignores the scandal and plan on spending their lives together. Fate steps in and changes everyone's plans so now I'm waiting to see what happens next. It's pleasant, quiet read which lovers of village life books will adore.
Yozshujinn Yozshujinn
A laid back, simple and quick read reminiscent of the Mitford Series (although not as strong a story line). Her books don't require much thinking but for a fast entertaining read it's on the button but not particularly memorable.