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The Rude Woman of Cerne - Free Friday 31st March to Sunday 2nd April

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Offline H.E. Bulstrode Reading Music and Silence, Rose Tremain
31 Mar 2017, 10:15 AM | Post: #1

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The Rude Woman of Cerne - Free Friday 31st March to Sunday 2nd April

This post was last modified: 31 Mar 2017 11:14 AM by H.E. Bulstrode.
Free Kindle download from Friday 31st March to Sunday 2nd April: The Rude Woman of Cerne, a satirical ghost story set in the heart of rural Dorset. If ever I have written a 'marmite' book, then this is likely to be it.

The road to hell may be paved with good intentions, but Beatrice Clemens is determined to make this adage more ‘relevant’ to today’s society by blithely driving an eight-lane superhighway straight through the heart of rural England. Dubbed the ‘Conscience of Dorset’ by a newly launched progressive broadsheet, one could be forgiven for forgetting that this doughty campaigner for social justice in its multifarious forms is actually a B&B hostess (although she would prefer the non-gender specific term ‘host’). Alas for her guests, her values and preoccupations are never far from her lips, and her inclusive zeal is something in which she enjoins all to share, even if they are only trying to order a full English breakfast and enjoy a country break far from the clamour of the madding crowd.

Just as Beatrice stands upon the brink of receiving the acclamation that she believes her work with ‘Diversity from the City’ deserves, something, or someone, is glimpsed amidst the hedgerows and within the banks of the Trendle; shadowy, furtive – the embodiment of old Dorset? Whoever or whatever it may be, he does not, it would seem, share her enthusiasms.
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A wry-humoured take on the supernatural, the occult and the uncanny.

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