There are new people on the Green... When old Admiral Trigg and his sister Lucy died, their house - Tullivers - stood empty for many months. Then one bright April day, some discreet onlookers saw a good-looking woman pushing her way through the nettles to the front door. Who was she? Was she on her own? Had she bought the house, and, if so, what kind of a neighbour would she be?
Fed up with the news? Want a change from the pressure of modern life? Then this is the book for you.
Escape to the countryside and the unfolding seasons. You will watch the lives of her characters develop and be amazed how much you come to care about them. Oh, and Gwen Watford (Dolly Bantry in Miss Marple) reads it beautiful.
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A winter’s morning of snow brought me to the end of this audiobook. As I get older, I appreciate Miss Read’s calm writing more and more. A very gentle book. Lovely.
I enjoyed this book very much, it is a very long time since I read any Thrush Green books. The book is well read by Gwen Watford and the book is entertaining with well drawn characters.
Another lovely story about the characters of Thrush Green. Relaxing and non-demanding to listen to.