An Anglican friend of Charles had once said bitterly, ‘The Parochial Church Council is asked for its particular requirements and proceeds to draw up a list of qualities the Archangel Gabriel would be hard pressed to meet. Perhaps St Hilary’s had been fortunate? At least the new vicar’s name was Michael: Michael Hoath.
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That is quite an accolade
That is quite an accolade. This is the first Mary Hocking I have read, and on the evidence so far I would agree. A Particular Place – Mary Hocking (1989). June 16, 2013 by heavenali. Mary Hocking is confirmed as the successor to Elizabeth Taylor and Barbara Pym. That is quite an accolade.
Mary Hocking (8 April 1921 - 17 February 2014) was a British writer who published 24 novels between 1961 and 1996. Hocking was educated at Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls, Acton, London. In World War Two she served in the Women's Royal Naval Service
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In tracing the effects of this unlikely attraction, Mary Hocking offers humour, sympathy and an overwhelming sense of the poignancy of human expectations.
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The Meeting Place – Ebook written by Mary Hocking. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Meeting Place. As the stories of these unusual women interweave across the centuries - disturbing stories of violence and witchcraft, passion and prejudice, during the Wars of the Roses, in stifling Victorian England and in the present day - one woman has to come to terms with the impossible choices of the past. Crafted with all Mary Hocking's characteristic subtlety and skill, The Meeting Place is a spellbinding, moving novel.