The Village Green Affair
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|Format: ||Paperback, 304 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 15 September 2008|
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. But Neville, to celebrate their silver wedding anniversary, has decided to throw a lavish party. The anniversary party and the market on the green mark both the beginning and the end of two quite different relationships. But is it really all the fault of Titus Bellamy? The village is divided - before a spate of burglaries on market day adds fuel to the hot debate, and someone unexpected decides to take matters into her own hands...
Rebecca Shaw's previous novels have been Sunday Times bestsellers. She has sold over a million copies of her novels. Brand new cover look for Rebecca Shaw - three of the backlist are being reissued simultaneously. There is a dedicated Rebecca Shaw website - www.rebeccashaw.com - which increased her readership. All Rebecca Shaw's novels are core stock and reprint regularly. She also gets terrific reviews: 'Rebecca Shaw mixes all the ingredients for a winning novel of village life' The Times. '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. 'Fans of Shaw's delightful Tales of Turnham Malpas series will love this' Good Housekeeping. 'She is a very gifted storyteller, and that is quite an art' Telegraph Magazine.
About the Author
Rebecca Shaw qualified as a teacher of deaf children before raising a family. With the departure of the last of her four children she turned to writing. She lives in Dorset.
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13.2 x 20.1 x 2.3 centimetres (0.29 kg)|
15+ years |