Prior's Ford's Women's Rural Institute finds itself on the verge of a civil war when Moira Melrose is defeated in her bid to become president for the third time by newcomer Alma Parr. Moira seeks revenge by trying to outdo the Parrs' extravagant Christmas outdoor decorations, and the feud escalates from there, setting neighbour against neighbour. A former villager returnsPrior's Ford's Women's Rural Institute finds itself on the verge of a civil war when Moira Melrose is defeated in her bid to become president for the third time by newcomer Alma Parr. Moira seeks revenge by trying to outdo the Parrs' extravagant Christmas outdoor decorations, and the feud escalates from there, setting neighbour against neighbour. A former villager returns to set up the village's first holiday home, causing deep resentment, and things are going from bad to worse at Tarbethill Farm when building starts on the field that Victor McNair persuaded his father Bert to hand over to him....
|Title||:||Scandal in Prior's Ford|
|Number of Pages||:||320 Pages|
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Scandal in Prior's Ford Reviews
Always enjoy this series and love the way some storylines continue on to the next book. As others have said, it's like a soap opera in cosy book form where you can catch up with your favourite characters and meet a few new ones.
I found it difficult to work out chronological order given this 4th in series took a while to understand characters
Life does happen and that is what this series about the Scottish village of Prior's Ford is written about. The previous books had laughter, harmony and heart soreness I would say. This edition was a sharp contrast.A member of the community dies and leaves letters of what she 'really' thought which are interpreted as 'Poison Pen' letters. The entire community is appalled. Even the new comer - Amy Rose is determined to get to the bottom of this.Sadness falls upon Tarbethall. Really much darker than I saw coming, yet, upon reflection, I do understand it. I actually sobbed during this chapter.Ingrid has moved back to Norway and the Colour Carousel is the new store in town. Helen is happy with the change.Life goes on and I will follow it...just a bit sadder though.
The fourth book in the series based in a little Scottish town involves neighbourhood feuds, a visitor from the USA, a new neighbour, poison pen letters, two deaths and a wedding. I suppose you could never call life in Priors Ford "dull"! As with the other stories in this series, this is cosy escapism - sort of The Archers meets Emmerdale. And yes, after a dearth of instant coffee in the previous book, the residents seem to have restocked their cupboards with Nescafe for this book. Have thoroughly enjoyed this series so far, and am looking forward to reading Mystery in Priors Ford. Would recommend this author highly.
so fun to read. wish there were more..