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This first novel effortlessly combines hilarity and poignancy, as it charts the story of a young vicar's first taste of parish life in rural YorkshireInspired by tales of times past in rural Yorkshire, David Wilbourne has written a novel bringing alive the rich tapestry of people and places in the Vale of York in the 1960s, seen through the eyes of a country vicar.It is a thoroughly good read - funny, affectionate and touching, with more than a hint of nostalgia. With an extraordinary ability to turn you from laughter to tears, and back again, Wilbourne celebrates the richness of human life with all its ups and downs.
A talented new author for HarperCollins, DAVID WILBOURNE comes from a family tradition of Yorkshire vicars and is Domestic Chaplain to the Archbishop of York and Director of Ordinands in the York Diocese. He is a regular contributor to the Church Times Diary.