Who was she? Was she married? If so, where was her husband? These questions keep the inquisitive inhabitants of Thrush Green busy when they’re not confronting problems such as what to do with Dotty Harmer’s five stray kittens, or wondering how that rogue Sam Curdle has the nerve to show his face again in the village.
Dora Jessie Saint usually goes by her pen name of Miss. Read, taken from her mother’s maiden name. Miss. Read not only acts as the author but is also the name for the central character in one of her series of books and the narrator in another. Dora Jessie Saint is well known for her attention to detail and the wonderful pictures that she paints with her words. Read 'News From Thrush Green' to see wonderful examples of how the author creates scenes and evokes atmospheres with her penmanship.
The empty house named 'Tullivers' has been uninhabited for quite a few months. That is until a mysterious lady named Phil arrives out of the blue with her son. The village comes to life with friendly gossip as they try to work out the story behind the mysterious guests. Harold Shoosmith pays the young lady particular attention, but does he have an ulterior motive? Read through Miss. Reads witty disclosure of life in Thrush Green and learn about the new lady in town, her interesting history and what happens when the village welcomes a new community member.
Stage and screen actress Gwen Watford reads this complete and unabridged collection of audiobooks on CD. Buy it now to find out what all the curtain twitching and gossiping is about!