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Berringden Brow: Fourth and Final book

Friday, 30 March 2012

Life's Rich TapestriesThe final instalment of the locally-set "Berringden Brow" saga is now out!

"Life's Rich Tapestry", the fourth in the popular series, sees middle-aged heroine Jess working on a university research project, collecting the life histories of a disparate group of Care Home residents. These include a melancholic mariner, a disillusioned cleric, and the Yorkshire Ripper's newsagent, (to say nothing of Nell, proud to style herself the 'Resident from Hell').

Meanwhile, Jess reflects on how her own life has led her from the childhood ritual of running around the Wishing Tree to chasing errant peacocks down the back streets of Berringden Brow.

Then she finds herself at a Folk Festival chaperoning a troupe of 46 Koreans . . . But will there be a happy ending for Jess?

Berringden Brow devotees and new readers alike will discover further small town oddness from the author of "A Place Like This" and "Sons and Lodgers."

See Berringden Brow webpage

Kindle Version also available - click here to purchase the Kindle version from Amazon.


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