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Book Review: CONSTANCE HARDING'S (RATHER) STARTLING YEAR (Ceri Radford)



Middle-aged Constance Harding is as hapless as she is endearing.  The things she can't discern right under her English nose are obvious as Facebook posts to everyone else.  We can't help rooting for this good-hearted, well-meaning, bumbling mother of two young adults whose husband appears to be on the brink of something disastrous.  Any reader who enjoyed the Bridget Jones stories or the Mapp and Lucia saga will be delighted by the very contemporary CONSTANCE HARDING'S (RATHER) STARTLING YEAR. She is funny, warm, touching and genuine.

Click here to read an interview with CONSTANCE author Ceri Radford, who originally brought Constance to life in a blog in The Daily Telegraph of London.  This title is published by Penguin Books and first appeared as "A Surrey State of Affairs."

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book for review, which in no way biased my opinion. The book has been donated to my local library.

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