The Village Show - Rebecca Shaw Reviews
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by - written on 26/03/01, updated on 26/03/01 (Very useful, 28 readings)
“The whole village will know by now. You’d better be careful. They’re not past stoning, you know. Quite mediaeval, they can be. If they don’t like what’s happening, something comes over them and they all band together. I’ve seen it, I know.” (p.126) This is how Sheila Bissett warns her thirty year old daughter, Louise, who has fallen in love with the very married rector, the young and handsome Peter Harris. Despite it being the 1990s, the village of Turnham Malpas seems somewhat caught in a timewarp. Although they have forgiven the rector’s previous dalliance with sexy single mum, Suzy, they are not prepared to let ... Read the complete review
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