All the Fun of the Fair by Lynda PageIts the 1950s and Grundys Travelling Fair arrives in town with a bang. When night falls, the local town is drawn to the Fair. But when the Fairgoers head home, the Grundys are left behind. Hours are long and the work is back-breaking. But family and friends hold things together.
I dont know about you but my friends and I used to look forward to the Fair coming. The smells, music, favourite rides and atmosphere all meant different things to each other. It did not matter whether you had money or not.
Gemma (Gem) married into the lifestyle after falling in love with Solomon (Solly). Sollys dad, Samson, although getting on in years, is still the boss of Grundys Travelling Fair. Samsons other son, Sonny, who is the eldest, has other plans for the Fair once he inherits it from his father. The travelling families are close knit and look out for each other. When someone is in trouble they all rally round to help. I am a big fan of Lynda Page and I have read all of her books. This book is full of secrets, romance, heartbreak and a couple of twists I never saw coming. I loved it from beginning to end.
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This seemingly happy couple are the When night falls, the local town is drawn to the Fair. But when the fairgoers head home, the Grundys are left behind It brings the nostalgia of English summer holidays beside the seaside in the s vividly to life. There's seldom a dull moment at Jolly's holiday camp in high season, with At Jolly's, the holidaymakers have nothing to worry about except how much the sun is going to shine. If only that was the case for the staff
Skip to main content. Lynda Page. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. She was born and raised in Leicester and now splits her time between a village in Leicestershire and her daughters' holiday park in Epworth, North Lincs where she helps out as much as she can cleaning cottages, ironing mounds of bedding or cutting grass.
No catches, no fine print just unadulterated book loving, with your favourite books saved to your own digital bookshelf. Lynda Page was born and brought up in Leicester. The eldest of four daughters, she left home at seventeen and has had a wide variety of office jobs. She now lives on her daughter's holiday park in North Lincolnshire. It brings the nostalgia of English summer holidays beside the seaside in the s vividly to life. There's seldom a dull moment at Jolly's holiday camp in high season, with the campers and staff intent on having the time of their lives.
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About the Author
Lynda Page born c. Page is one of the UK's top-selling saga authors who has written over 20 bestselling critically praised novels. Born and raised in Leicester , Page began writing her first novel in Her debut novel, Evie , was released in , followed by Annie. Her following two books had the main character as the title; later her titles were popular sayings. Page's novels are predominantly set in Leicester and are renowned for their strong plots and characters. Her books are rich in Leicestershire dialogue and feature gritty plots with page-turning twists, often involving a sense of intrigue or crime.