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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When Harry Dickenson arrives in Turnham Malpas, the warm welcome he receives convinces him to stay.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Handsome and charming.

Also by Rebecca Shaw Barleybridge Novels A Country Affair Country Wives Country Lovers Country Passions One Hot Country Summer Love in the Country Turnham Malpas , . A Village Deception (Turnham Malpas 15), . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26. Also by Rebecca Shaw.

Rebecca Shaw was the Sunday Times bestselling author of 27 novels published by Orion Publishing Group. She sold more than one million copies

Rebecca Shaw was the Sunday Times bestselling author of 27 novels published by Orion Publishing Group. She sold more than one million copies. Her books came in two series, Barleybridge and Turnham Malpas, and revolved around the loves and lives of countryside dwellers. She also published three standalone eBooks. Shaw grew up in Armley, Leeds, and attended the progressive independent co-educational Wennington School. She became a school teacher and worked with deaf children.

A Village Deception book. Rebecca Shaw's Village series are a nice easy read when I want a break from my usual crime/gore fest. They're set in a village which hasn't existed in real life since rampant urbanisation began. The country pub would be a wine bar and the village as a whole would be surrounded by massive housing estates.

Passions run high in Turnham Malpas as one man finds love - and another tragedy. Books related to A Village Deception. Surprises in Burracombe. Mrs. Malory and the Festival Murder.

Rebecca Shaw is a storyteller like no other. Packed with tales of love and heart-break, passion and regret, A VILLAGE DECEPTION is alive with incident and drama - a perfect, glorious escape from the stresses of modern life. Things are heating up in the village of Turnham Malpas. Now comfortably settled in the Big House, Johnny and Alice Templeton are over the moon at the arrival of their second son. But Johnny’s roguish younger brother, Chris Templeton, is visiting from Brazil and causing not a little trouble in the village.

Paddy was already seated at their favourite table with her drink on a mat beside his own. The bar was almost empty, with Georgie and Dicky standing idly behind the bar waiting for the explosion that. would ensue when all the villagers came out of the meeting and poured into the bar to continue it in a more relaxing atmosphere. Meeting finished, is it, Tamsin?’. Dicky called across to her. ‘It is. Thank goodness. You can say that again. Yes, there was trouble. Is the rector going ahead with it?’. No he is not. Not for the moment anyway.

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But Harry isn't the only man in the village to fall head-over-heels. Paddy Cleary, the shy gardener, is smitten. But will Paddy find the confidence to reveal his true feelings?

But Harry isn't the only man in the village to fall head-over-heels. Format Paperback 288 pages.

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A Village Deception epub download

ISBN13: 978-1409122968

ISBN: 1409122964

Author: Rebecca Shaw

Category: Literature and Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Orion (January 1, 2011)

Pages: 277 pages

ePUB size: 1407 kb

FB2 size: 1889 kb

Rating: 4.7

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Winawel
I love to read Rebecca Shaw and have read all of them. She is clever and creative with her characters. I feel like I know each one and then miss them when I have finished each book. Hope to see more soon.
Winawel
I love to read Rebecca Shaw and have read all of them. She is clever and creative with her characters. I feel like I know each one and then miss them when I have finished each book. Hope to see more soon.
betelgeuze
Another great by Rebecca Shaw. All her books are so reader-friendly and you get drawn into the saga from the first page.
betelgeuze
Another great by Rebecca Shaw. All her books are so reader-friendly and you get drawn into the saga from the first page.
Gom
Another good visit to TURNHAM MALPAS and the interesting group of villagers. Each visit includes familiar characters, as well as the introduction of new characters. A very pleasant read.
Gom
Another good visit to TURNHAM MALPAS and the interesting group of villagers. Each visit includes familiar characters, as well as the introduction of new characters. A very pleasant read.
Atineda
Another instalment in the Turnham Malpas series and very enjoyable. Very easy reading . Read previous ones first for continuity.
Atineda
Another instalment in the Turnham Malpas series and very enjoyable. Very easy reading . Read previous ones first for continuity.
Uscavel
There are no steamy sex scenes or blood-splattering descriptions of violence; there is nothing outworldly or paranormal, and no political message in Rebecca Shaw's writing.
Admittedly, she is not the most elegant or witty of authors, but her stories are well told, with no unneccessary lengths, and because the village and its characters provide such a cosy read, she is forgiven some of the slightly wooden-sounding bits.
Each book has a map of the village printed in the front, and a list of the characters, which I find quite useful, as not every character features equally often in all the stories, and can be looked up when you are not quite sure anymore of who is who.

The Turnham Malpas series strictly follows a chronological order without ever stating a year (at least I can't remember having come across one), but it is clearly set in our days and not in some remote past. People age with the ongoing stories, they grow up, get married, some move away, they change their jobs, have children, and some die. Village life is not portrayed in an overly idyllic, unrealistic manner; there are some gossips you'd rather not have watching your every move in such a small community, and of course there is no village without its very own scandals (some real, some imagined by aforementioned gossips), drama and sometimes even crime.

This story takes place almost 20 years after the first book of the series, so the rector's twins who were born in the first book are now ready to hit university, and the rector and his wife himself are not getting any younger, either. In each book, there are newcomers to the village, and this time it is a handsome, charming stranger who makes himself immediately liked by everyone he meets. He finds a job, a (rented) house and even the love of his life. Sounds too good to be true?
Well, it is - and that's why he loses said love under very tragic circumstances, and his past catches up with him in a way that the whole village soon knows how he made his living before arriving in Turnham Malpas.

There is an unlikely couple who find each other and get married, and an elderly lady finds a friend. Someone gets offered a job that would mean to move away from the village, and someone else is about to say good-bye to the village for good because of a disagreement that seems unsolvable.

In the end, there are enough loose ends tied up to leave the reader satisfied, but others are still pending, clearly with book No. 16 in mind - which I am certainly going to get once it is published.

This is nothing for the highbrow reader. It is nothing for the reader who wants their toes curling up in excitement and thrill, nor is it for the one who seeks side-splitting laughter from a book.
But it is a very cosy, not overly "sweet", read, just right for me to unwind after an active day.
Uscavel
There are no steamy sex scenes or blood-splattering descriptions of violence; there is nothing outworldly or paranormal, and no political message in Rebecca Shaw's writing.
Admittedly, she is not the most elegant or witty of authors, but her stories are well told, with no unneccessary lengths, and because the village and its characters provide such a cosy read, she is forgiven some of the slightly wooden-sounding bits.
Each book has a map of the village printed in the front, and a list of the characters, which I find quite useful, as not every character features equally often in all the stories, and can be looked up when you are not quite sure anymore of who is who.

The Turnham Malpas series strictly follows a chronological order without ever stating a year (at least I can't remember having come across one), but it is clearly set in our days and not in some remote past. People age with the ongoing stories, they grow up, get married, some move away, they change their jobs, have children, and some die. Village life is not portrayed in an overly idyllic, unrealistic manner; there are some gossips you'd rather not have watching your every move in such a small community, and of course there is no village without its very own scandals (some real, some imagined by aforementioned gossips), drama and sometimes even crime.

This story takes place almost 20 years after the first book of the series, so the rector's twins who were born in the first book are now ready to hit university, and the rector and his wife himself are not getting any younger, either. In each book, there are newcomers to the village, and this time it is a handsome, charming stranger who makes himself immediately liked by everyone he meets. He finds a job, a (rented) house and even the love of his life. Sounds too good to be true?
Well, it is - and that's why he loses said love under very tragic circumstances, and his past catches up with him in a way that the whole village soon knows how he made his living before arriving in Turnham Malpas.

There is an unlikely couple who find each other and get married, and an elderly lady finds a friend. Someone gets offered a job that would mean to move away from the village, and someone else is about to say good-bye to the village for good because of a disagreement that seems unsolvable.

In the end, there are enough loose ends tied up to leave the reader satisfied, but others are still pending, clearly with book No. 16 in mind - which I am certainly going to get once it is published.

This is nothing for the highbrow reader. It is nothing for the reader who wants their toes curling up in excitement and thrill, nor is it for the one who seeks side-splitting laughter from a book.
But it is a very cosy, not overly "sweet", read, just right for me to unwind after an active day.
Vivaral
I started reading this book having been a fan of Turnham Malpas and Rebecca Shaw since The New Rector. I have to admit to getting about a third of the way into this book and feeling... shock/horror: bored! Nothing was happening. Where was the drama, the shock, the happenings in the village? Then Peter makes a shock announcement and it was all ON again. After that it was a great read. Fans of Rebecca Shaw's Village series will enjoy this new installment... and like me probably feel somewhat cheated at the ending. Because there is actually no conclusion to some of the storylines in this book.... ARRRRGHHHHH.
Vivaral
I started reading this book having been a fan of Turnham Malpas and Rebecca Shaw since The New Rector. I have to admit to getting about a third of the way into this book and feeling... shock/horror: bored! Nothing was happening. Where was the drama, the shock, the happenings in the village? Then Peter makes a shock announcement and it was all ON again. After that it was a great read. Fans of Rebecca Shaw's Village series will enjoy this new installment... and like me probably feel somewhat cheated at the ending. Because there is actually no conclusion to some of the storylines in this book.... ARRRRGHHHHH.
Ausstan
Rebecca Shaw has yet to NOT bring forth an amazing book in this series. I fall head over heals in love with 'Turnham Malpas' and the locals every time and that's due to the author's great writing strength.
Sometimes the books leave you wanting more and so you just HAVE to go and buy the next edition.
Ausstan
Rebecca Shaw has yet to NOT bring forth an amazing book in this series. I fall head over heals in love with 'Turnham Malpas' and the locals every time and that's due to the author's great writing strength.
Sometimes the books leave you wanting more and so you just HAVE to go and buy the next edition.