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When Peter Harris arrives in Turnham Malpas as the new rector, he finds the village people welcoming but set in their ways. Yet despite his own weaknesses .
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A quick cosy read set in an English village, not unlike the one where I live. The writing was simplistic and the story lines were soap opera-ish, but it was fun.


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Apr 30, Kathy Rogers rated it really liked it Shelves: A nice restful read; village life in England with all the human stories that make one feel at home. Aug 30, June Louise rated it really liked it. Oh poor dowdy Muriel. What a lot of horrific experiences she has been through in just pages! More than the normal person would go through in a lifetime!

Don't let the title or the book cover lull you into thinking this is a story a Oh poor dowdy Muriel. Don't let the title or the book cover lull you into thinking this is a story about quiet country life in a small village in England. Oh no. This novel is a mixture of idyll, escapism, and suspense. I haven't read the others by this author yet, but now I've put them on my "to-read" list Could it??!! Nov 13, Andrew rated it really liked it. An enjoyable book based on rural village life, however I have to say there was an awful lot that went on in this village. I look forward to continuing with the book and the characters from this series.

May 28, Teresa rated it it was amazing. I am a huge fan of Miss Read books. This series has a very similar tone.

I had a bit of trouble connecting at the start of the book. However, it wasn't long before I was clipping along enjoying all the happenings of the villagers of Turnham Malpas.

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Aug 11, Abby rated it liked it Shelves: family , romance , holiday-reading , light-reading. A sweetish story about a small community and the twists and relationships within,. May 16, Michele Deppe rated it liked it. Fast-paced, endearing, and fun Dec 08, Laura Leilani rated it really liked it Shelves: brit-lit , mysteries. Enjoyable light reading. What a great place to live! Sep 12, Ravenswan rated it it was ok. Like a novelization of village gossip. Very 'Midsommer Murders'.

If you are into this style, I would rate this higher, it's a good example of this kind of story and rather enjoyable. I wanted to try something different but found it a bit too twee. Aug 28, christine spurrier rated it really liked it. Read one of the other books in the Turnham malpas series then when I picked this up I realised it was book one in the series but enjoyed both of them a nice little series I hope to eventually read them all.

Jun 09, Ajanta Rezwana rated it it was amazing Shelves: social-drama-romance-family , suspence-mystery-thriller , fun-read. This series closely resembles my favorite Irish author: Maeve Binchy. The same kind of small-town people with significant stories of their otherwise mundane lives.

I've just finished the first book, and I'm pretty sure I am going to enjoy the rest of the series. Just discovered this series and love it!

Reminds me of the Miss Read series which I also loved. Mar 11, Heidi rated it it was ok Shelves: dnf. Not what I was looking for. May re-visit later. Sweet Book Sweet, cozy book about life in a small village. No real mystery here and everything is rather predictable.

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Nice read. Dec 14, Chris Meehan rated it really liked it Shelves: challenge Love Rebecca Shaw! Aug 21, Janey rated it really liked it Shelves: owned-paper-book , fc , read Easy reading, a bit tame but held my interest. Feb 02, S. The book was very well written and the author did a good job of making sure the plot was contained within all the tiny subplots. The plot wasn't very complicated. I liked Muriel's character and her house!

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Dr Caroline Harris , the vicar's wife, is a smart MD, a change from usual portrayals of vicar's wives. I am looking forward to reading more of the series. It was weird to bring it out at the start o The book was very well written and the author did a good job of making sure the plot was contained within all the tiny subplots. It was weird to bring it out at the start of the book and then not do anything with the suspicious information hinted at all through out.

A little too many characters. Toria Clark wasn't discussed a whole lot beyond her good accounting and organizing skills. I kept forgetting what Jimmy and Pat were in the story. May 17, Tiffany rated it really liked it Shelves: quaint.

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I was completely surprised to enjoy this book. I'd never have pulled it from the shelf on purpose, but I got it in a mad dash to the library. I didn't have time to select books--I just yanked a bunch off the shelves and this was one of them. By the end of page 3, I was thinking, "Why am I still reading this? This is not my cup of tea. Skip to content. Previous Diocesan News Story.

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Subscribe Now No Thanks. Search this site. Message from the new Rector, Prof. Roberto Di Lenarda. Dear Colleagues, dear Students Thanks to the trust that you have placed in me, I today take up my post as Rector of our University. We will all have to do our utmost, and I am sure that we will.