A Stranger in Burracombe

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  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • A Stranger in Burracombe
  • Lilian Harry
  • English
  • 23 November 2018
  • 0752882775

About the Author: Lilian Harry

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A Stranger in Burracombe A beautiful tale in the bestselling series set in a Devon village in the 1950s.Like the rest of the nation, the Burracombe villagers are shocked when King George the Sixth dies suddenly in 1952 But in the midst of their grief, the arrival of a stranger in the village on the very same day goes almost unnoticed, as the villagers have their own concernsFarmer s daughter Val needs to find a home before she can marry her sweetheart Hilary is struggling to come to terms with her new responsibilities, and Stella is still getting to know the sister she thought she had lost during the war While the children at the village school are as lively and inquisitive as ever, there are still conflicts and feuds among the long standing residents of Burracombe.Then a search for a family draws the whole village together, and than one person is led to question their own ideas about families and what they mean. Read A Stranger in Burracombe – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “A Stranger in Burracombe

  1. Shirley Revill says:

    No matter how many times I read these books I love them just as much as the first time I read them This book is no exception It s rather like coming home after a trip away from home.A good book,glass of wine maybe chocolate, Bliss Pure nostalgia.

  2. Wendy says:

    This series is a very gentle read It s set in the 1950s in a small village in Devon The stranger in the title comes to look for the man who fathered her.

  3. Sue says:

    A gentle story about the folks of Burracombe A quick and easy read Similar in feel to the first in the series Most of the characters are the same, so it felt familiar The pace is slow and some of the plot was quite predictable But you don t read a book like this for pace or complicated plots Reading this book was like visiting the family at Christmas you know most of them and their backgrounds already, although there is that odd lady in the corner you ve never met before but who turns ou A gentle story about the folks of Burracombe A quick and easy read Similar in feel to the first in the series Most of the characters are the same, so it felt familiar The pace is slow and some of the plot was quite predictable But you don t read a book like this for pace or complicated plo...

  4. Jane says:

    Great series of stories Good light read.Book 2 in a series.

  5. Juliana Graham says:

    Another Lilian Harry post war story A nice, gentle story with all the ends neatly tied up together at the end Great if you re looking for a non taxing read with nothing too stressful in it

  6. Alexandra says:

    Just gets better

  7. Carolanne says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book was ok, I didn t love it.Lillian Harry was born in Hampshire, England, U.K.

  8. Kerry Deacon says:

    a nice gentle read, very enjoyable

  9. Gillian says:

    i struggled to get into this book but when i did it was ok It had a slow story line but good characters Not a book i will read again.

  10. Carol says:

    A nice enough read, although I felt the authour padded out a lot of it with repeat information.Wouldn t put me off reading mor Lillian Harry.