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A gentle story of English village life - As the domestic mainstay of Cedar Green, Edie Fisher has an insight into the lives of many of the villages inhabitants, from the beautiful but petulant Lady Ledsham to widowed solicitor John Paynter. But when an old school friend of Edies appears on the scene now a doctor, whose son has aspirations to develop luxury flats in the village, the calm surface of life in Cedar Green is definitely ruffled . . .
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Rose Boucheron lives near the famous Eton College, in Berkshire. Her first novel was published in 1982; since then she has written some sixteen books all of which have been published in Large Print and Audio, and have sold in several countries.Review:
Life in the small town of Cedar Green, outside of Oxford, England, is neither staid nor scandal-free as seen through the eyes of Edie Fisher, a daily domestic for many of the wealthy families, and solicitor John Paynter. Edie witnesses the loss of a local home to real-estate developers who have a connection to one of her friends from grade school. She is very happy that her friend, who is now a doctor, will be moving to town, though she is reluctant to gossip about the current owner of the house. Edie is pleased with her life and glad that she moved to the country from London. John Paynter, a widower with a teenage daughter, is a very solid man who is much sought after by the single women, whom he ignores until a divorcée shows up in his office seeking advice about starting an antique business on the village square. Boucheron gives her readers a wonderful slice of English country life sure to please gentle readers and Anglophiles alike. --Booklist, 15th October 2008
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Book Description Severn House Publishers, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Large type / large print. Seller Inventory # DADAX0727878921
Book Description Severn House Large Print, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0727878921