The Village Show
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|Format: ||Paperback, 304 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 16 February 1998|
Newcomer to the village Craddock Fitch is keen to make a splash by holding a village show - the best ever - in the grounds of his large house. Committee secretary and co-ordinator of the show Louise Bissett is the spoilt daughter of Sir Ron and Lady Sheila. Although a brilliant organiser, Louise is in deep personal trouble - and her growing obsession with Peter Harris, the married rector, can only end in tears. As the weeks roll by into summer and nerves tighten in anticipation of the great day, romances heat up and then cool down, tempers flare and misunderstandings multiply ...all relayed daily in the gossipy atmosphere of Jimbo Charter Plackett's village store.
Reissued in the new cover style alongside COUNTRY PASSIONS, new in paperback All Rebecca Shaw's backlist will be reissued in the new style in 2005 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 Her paperback sales to date are in excess of half a million copies in the UK alone A dedicated Rebecca Shaw web site was launched in 2002 - www rebeccashaw.com This has increased her readership even further All Rebecca Shaw's highly successful Turnham Malpas novels constantly reprint Rebecca Shaw writes 'winning novels of village life' (The Times) 'Fantastic - a slice of village life!' Prizes Galore 'Fans of Shaw's delightful Tales of Turnham Malpas series will love this latest slice of village life' Good Housekeeping 'Tender and funny' My Weekly 'If you enjoy stories about English villagers, do whatever you have to do, but get these books. Bliss!' Publishers Weekly.
About the Author
Educated at a co-educational Quaker boarding school Rebecca Shaw went on to qualify as a teacher of deaf children. After her marriage, she spent the ensuing years enjoying bringing up her family. The departure of the last of her four children to university gave her the time to write the many novels which have gained her a legion of loyal fans. She lives in Dorset.
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19.8 x 13.1 x 2.2 centimetres (0.28 kg)|
15+ years |