Fairacre is not the utopia they expect, and the Hales must adapt to ordinary life in a village full of extraordinary quirks.
Read by Gwen Watford.
Dora Saint had more than her fair share of village experiences on which to base her stories on. She grew up in the English county of Kent and later moved to Berkshire with her husband where she began writing under the pseudonym Miss Read.
Tyler's Row is yet another example of typical English village life. In this story, village oracle Mrs. Pringle informs Miss. Read that Tyler's Row is for sale and starts the village gossip mill turning as to the possible reasons why the houses are being vacated. The community has questions aplenty about the whole situation: is Tyler's Row about to be torn down or renovated? Is it going to be purchased by a pools winner?
Peter and Diana Hale come to the village to see Tyler's Row and, after considering the acquisition, they decide to make some major amendments. But the residents of Fairacre, a small community with big opinions, prove to be a major hurdle that the Hales have to get over before they can do anything to their new home.
London-born actress and star of famous films such as The Fall of the House of Usher, Gwen Watford, narrates these audiobooks on CD – also available as an MP3 audiobook for your convenience.