Fran and William, now married at last, hope for a period of calm. But changes, like the arrival of a new rector and a new doctor, William's unhappiness at his return to his job and the difficulty of coping with a new resident in their house, continue to challenge them.
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`Sybil Marshall's world is one of mystery and miracle. Her deep unrivalled knowledge of country life and her sharp eye for character and situation giveher work great charm.' - Mail on SundayAbout the Author:
Sybil Marshall grew up in East Anglia. A school teacher, lecturer and author, she has been a villager all her life. As well as books on education, she has written both fiction and non-fiction books and has won the Angel Prize for Literature for Everyman's Book Of English Folk Tales. She now lives in Ely. Cambridgeshire.
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