Another Mouth has Passedmouth

by J C Sledge

There is a proposal to build a social housing development in the attractive village of Horton Fence. This is not going down too well with some members of the community, notably the more elderly and affluent ones.

As the project progresses, it gives rise to all manner of events and memories. Some of them are rather less than welcome.

The book is written as a gentle social comedy, but there is no mistaking the bigotry and resentments which lie under the surface of a superficially peaceful village community.

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