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Publisher's Summary

Best-selling author Katherine Valentine delivers the compelling finale to an endearing series set in the close-knit Connecticut town of Dorsetville. Featuring a shocking mystery, an unlikely romance, and barrels of wholesome fun, this inspiring tale offers conflicted characters a fresh start.

With the Lichfield County Fair just around the corner, Dorsetville is a beehive of activity. But is there still time for faith and compassion to help a failing carnival, an aged debutante, and a disillusioned teen?

©2006 Katherine Valentine; (P)2007 Recorded Books

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Inspiring!

Loved it! Reminds me of the beloved "Mitford " series. Valentine does a wonderful job.

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Great story!

I have gotten to know the folks in Dorsetville and will miss them very much. All of the books in the series tell stories of faith and triumph of the human spirit.

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Wonderful adventure, all the way!

It's such a treat to hear this narrator read such beautiful words of faith. Fills my heart with joy.
Thank you.

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Excellent Narration

What made the experience of listening to The County Fair the most enjoyable?

John McDonough's narration of course.

What other book might you compare The County Fair to and why?

The prequel of course. (A Miracle for St. Cecilia's)

What about John McDonough’s performance did you like?

He has a great voice and a good sense of timing and drama.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

No.

Any additional comments?

I thought this was supposed to be considered an "inspirational" book. "Recorded Books Inspirational" "Dedicated to stories of faith and the human spirit." This is what the introduction to the book says. So how can you (the publisher - not Audible) classifiy it that way when a couple of times in the book, God's name is taken in vain - yet the author uses alternative slang for other curse words like heck and darn. Except for those curses, the story was ok. Not as good as the prequel.

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