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When Curmudgeon Avenue introduces sisters Edna and Edith Payne, their presence is not welcomed by the proud, yet grouchy Victorian terrace.
Widowed Edith is looking for love and dates one of Edna’s ex-boyfriends, Maurice.
This does not end well, especially for the cat.
Edna is heartbroken after her long term partner moved to France and is now unhappily cohabiting with her idiot sister.
Edith’s son Ricky Ricketts permanently hangs around Curmudgeon Avenue with his on/off girlfriend Wantha, her sister Toonan and all the tomfoolery they bring.
The sisters decide to advertise for a lodger, and the notable Harold Goatshed moves in.
He is yet another of Edna’s exes.
Still vulnerable from the Maurice incident, Edith falls for his charms.
This delightful social satire tells of the quarrels, romances and dramas of the intertwined lives of Curmudgeon Avenue’s residents.
I received a copy of this audiobook from the author…
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