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The nosier village children take to visiting a mysterious couple who live in a remote cottage. Mr Williams and Miss Walker are unmarried of itself a curiosity and are fugitives of some kind, eschewing the world perhaps because of Mr Williams's fervent belief in communism or perhaps because of the delicacy of Miss Walker's health. The bizarre truth about them is revealed only in the final pages, when it becomes evident that, while secrets are as delicious as sherbet lemons to children, to adults they bring only grief.
The author is the daughter of the poet Sir John Betjeman, although he makes scant appearance in these pages, being busy or in London.
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More vivid is the formidable Penelope Betjeman, robustly milking her cows and trudging purposefully about. It would be rather fun.
Luckily, the young Candida Lycett Green didn't think it would be fun at all.