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The Tower Guesthouse lies nestled between the beech woods of Buckinghamshire It is run by the unlikely partnership of balmy Mi. Full of wit and charmThe Tower guest house is run by Miss Padsoe and the young cockney Miss BakerAn unlikely pair who come together through love and friendshipAlso the tribulations of two young loversHow will it end and what sort of guests arriveI loved this one of Stella's and would recommend it

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Bassett By Stella GibboSs Padsoe and young cockney Miss Baker divided by class and age they are determined to dislike each other Through their tale a. Otra de mis novelas preferidas de Stella Gibbons ue en este caso logra escribir una novela costumbrista rural prácticamente perfectaParecía ue estaba en ese pueblecito La disfruté enormemente

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DOWNLOAD è Bassett By Stella Gibbons ¾ The Tower Guesthouse lies nestled between the beech woods of Buckinghamshire It is run by the unlikely partnership of balmy Miss Padsoe and young cockney Miss Baker divided by class and age they are determined to dislike each other Through their tale and the interwoven tribulations of two young lovers GibbNd the interwoven tribulations of two young lovers Gibbons' sparkling novel explores the heart of friendship and what unites u. This story builds uickly effortlessly with skill verve and humour and relates on one hand the story of the partnership of two socially opposite women who unite to run a guest house in the village of Bassett one lady inherited the grand house while the socially inferior Cockney girl has the cash and in parallel the storymoral tale of the love affair of a couple who are irrevocably socially oppositeThe two ladies business venture theme subtley and gently centres on the essence of what friendship is and can be while the love affair deals with the perils of virtue reason and sense lost through a woman's blindness of the power of love to one could say the 'caddishnes' of the wealthy good looking bon viveur man but who actually through reasons not stated is ignorant of morality in a way than caddishIt's a great book