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eBook Pastures New epub
  • ISBN: 1844290689
  • Author: Ann Purser
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Knight; New edition edition (October 12, 2004)
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • ePUB size: 1400 kb
  • FB2 size 1510 kb
  • Formats azw doc mbr lrf


I have been enjoying the Ann Purser books this interminable winter in Montana I didn't know at the time it was a series of books.

I have been enjoying the Ann Purser books this interminable winter in Montana. Be sure to read this book first in this series, the characters all reappear, which I really love, and for those who enjoy Sybil Marshall's books of rural England, or the Miss Read books here is another good writer who enjoys the slow pace of village life. I didn't know at the time it was a series of books. So by starting at the beginning with 'Pastures New' I was able to understand the characters even better - fell in love with them even more. I think Ann Pursers novels are the best I've read so far and this one was no exception.

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Round Ringford is a village in England. It is a small village, but beginning to be touched by urban life

Round Ringford is a village in England. This could be the village of our dreams’ says Peggy Palmer to her husband, when they first enter the beautiful surroundings of Round Ringford. But it is not going to be as easy as they imagine. They are the newcomers in a tight-knit village community.

Lois Meade has done enough buffing and polishing over the years with her cleaning business, New Brooms, to know that all that glitters is not gold

The tenants of Lois Meade's terrace house in Tresham are frustrated by their neighbor's feisty pet cockerel, Satan. His owner, Clem Fitch, refuses to part with his feathery companion-making Lois's tenants fly the coop. Lois Meade has done enough buffing and polishing over the years with her cleaning business, New Brooms, to know that all that glitters is not gold.

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Ann Purser became a published author in 1978 with the non-fiction book Looking Back at Popular Entertainment. Pastures New. (1994). Spinster of This Parish.

Comments: (7)
Malann
After having enjoyed many of Ann Purser's mysteries, I was drawn to the Ringford series. It seems that the story bounces around among the characters without a strong plot to tie them together. Also, this book wins the typo award! Scarcely could you find a chapter that did not contain several instances of incorrect words. Was there no type reader? I may consider trying a second novel in the series as books of this type are rather scarce, but I am hoping for an improvement.
Gaxaisvem
I'm enjoying this series of books about small village life in England. I think BBC could make a series for PBS from them. Because there is a large cast of characters, you only get to know a little about them at a time. In the first book you spend more time meeting the women characters than the men, with the exception of Bill. I don't understand the Bill and Joyce relationship at all. I don't know any men who would react to Joyce as Bill does.
Saithi
I first read 'Thy Neighbours Wife' by Ann Purser. I didn't know at the time it was a series of books. So by starting at the beginning with 'Pastures New' I was able to understand the characters even better - fell in love with them even more. I think Ann Pursers novels are the best I've read so far and this one was no exception. Can't wait for the next one called 'Spinster Of The Parish', because it's going to begin where 'Pastures New' left off.
Eseve
I wanted to like this novel a lot more than I did. I loved the cover and that is what attracted me to it in the first place.

I was disappointed in the lack of plot - okay, the Palmers came to the village to take over the shop, but that was about it. There were several side stories which were not followed to their conclusion and the ending was abrupt and not satisfactory. It was almost as though the author didn't know what to do with it and just - stopped it!
Small Black
There were quite a few errors but it was easy to understand what the word should be. That said it was a wonderful story. The book is about life in an English village, it has humor, drama and even a mean old gossip. I enjoyed the book so much, I bought two more of her books about life in this English village.
Nawenadet
I have been enjoying the Ann Purser books this interminable winter in Montana. Be sure to read this book first in this series, the characters all reappear, which I really love, and for those who enjoy Sybil Marshall's books of rural England, or the Miss Read books here is another good writer who enjoys the slow pace of village life. There is a villainess to beat all in these books, a relentless old bag who never stops spying and interfering. Bonnie
Vojar
The writing and the setting were great but the story just seemed to go round and round with no discernible plot. I admit that I didn't finish the book but made it at least half way through it. Okay if you just want a bit of fluff and some insight into small English village life.
After reading the second book of this series first, I enjoyed the introduction to the Villagers of Round Ringford in this first book. Sue Purser brings this Village to life with wonderful descriptions of both the village and its inhabitants. Ordinary people living life. I can't wait to get to book three.
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