Jackie Gingell       Author & Writer

www.jackiegingell.co.uk

“... London had wearied her.  Margot had tired of social gatherings in soulless wine bars and boring dinner parties with inedible food and indigestible conversation.  The country cottage had looked so inviting and the promise of community that the advertisement offered was almost too good to be true.  

... By day two in her new home she realised that she had made a terrible mistake.  God, how she hated the countryside.  It was a foreign land where the climate was awful and the natives hostile.

... He guessed that she was the woman from London.  She wouldn’t stay long, her sort never did.

... The sign read ‘G. Farmer and Son’.  By tradition all the Farmer men were given names beginning with ‘G’.  There was no rhyme or reason for this but it served a purpose, the sign never had to be replaced.  The Farmers were nothing if not thrifty.

...There was a minor problem, to begat a son one needed a wife, or at least a willing woman”.

Ee Eye Addyeo (The Farmer Wants a Wife)                                 Buy Now

Released 31st March 2010

ISBN: 9781843865964

 

Ee Eye Addyeo can be purchased from most bookshops; click here for details of web outlets.

A signed copy can be purchased direct from the author for posting world-wide.  Please contact me for details.