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Shire Hell

by Rachel Johnson

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A potboiler from the Johnson household, busy and possibly interesting if you already live in the charmed circle of middle class townies who have left Notting Hill for Somerset, er, I mean Devon.

I did think Rachel Johnson wrote at least one very touching passage and she made me laugh at least three times, so that earns her, ooh, 2 stars at least. ( )
  Deborah.Blythe | Sep 29, 2012 |
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Mimi, Ralph and their three children have moved to the Dorset countryside, a place without a world class deli in spitting distance, a place to get away from the awful competitiveness of London life, where no one cares what you wear, there are no politics to speak of, and you can get away from exhaust fumes. Right? Totally wrong!… (more)

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