A Village Dilemma
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|Format: ||Paperback, 304 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 18 November 2002|
The Rector's wife, Caroline, was never able to have children. It was an indiscretion by her husband Peter - when he was the new rector just arrived in Turnham Malpas - that led to the birth of the twins. Their mother Susie gave them up for adoption to Peter and Caroline, and they have always been treated as Caroline's own children. Peter's affair was one of the hardest things Caroline has ever had to deal with but the children, who are now eleven and know that Peter is their father, are asking who their birth mother is. This is not the only problem in the village, and of course everyone has a view as to how this and everything else should be handled. Usually it is Peter who calms troubled waters, but this time he is at the heart of the problem...
Reissued in the stylish new livery, alongside the latest Turnham Malpas novel, WHISPERS IN THE VILLAGE - new in paperback. Rebecca Shaw's sales have been increasing with every book and she is now a Sunday Times bestselling author. Her previous novel sold over 100,000 copies in paperback. Rebecca Shaw's paperback sales to date are almost three quarters of a million copies in the UK alone. There is a dedicated Rebecca Shaw web site - www.rebeccashaw.com - which increased her readership even further. All Rebecca Shaw's novels are core stock and receive terrific reviews. Rebecca Shaw writes 'winning novels of village life' The Times. 'If you enjoy stories about English villagers, do whatever you have to do, but get these books. Bliss!' Publishers Weekly. 'Reading Shaw's latest is akin to relaxing with a hot buttered teacake and a good Audrey Hepburn film - gentle, reassuring pleasure' Good Book Guide.
About the Author
Rebecca Shaw qualified as a teacher of deaf children before embarking on marriage and a family. She is now a Sunday Times bestselling author.
Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )|
19.7 x 13.3 x 2.3 centimetres (0.29 kg)|
15+ years |