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Valley Affairs by Grace Thompson

Valley Affairs

by Grace Thompson

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Nelly Luke is a Cockney, but after thirteen years in Hen Carw Parc Dirty Nelly and her eccentric ways are as much part of the village as its most senior citizen, old Grandad Owen. But not even Nelly, can predict the surprises in store for her family and friends as the year 1954 opens in the tranquil Welsh Valley. For the new year brings new faces to Hen Carw Parc. But for some there's no escaping the past, and newly widowed Prue Beynon finds herself haunted by a legacy, whilst her sister Amy is tantalised by a strange prediction. Nelly watches over the valley's affairs with a wry chuckle.… (more)

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