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- Publication Date: December 31, 2013
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In this episode, the charming Southern Girl type American, Maisie Sue MacPhearson, whose Brit visa is running out ( just as Pearson had done, with a blonde floozy ) has decided she most likely will have to marry a local Scot to remain in the country she has come to adore. Her illustrious small village friend, Amaryllis Peebles' penchant for the illegal seems to derive from her past career with the CIA. Her saving grace is that she uses her shady methods to help her erstwhile friends or at least endeavours to do so. Maisie Sue hopes she will be useful in her own predicament.
Then there's Amaryrillis's SO, Christopher, who has a somewhat demented sister, no not eccentric; totally unbalanced, if you will.
Jemima and David as well as Penelpoe and her son Zak are village friends as well. Grumpy ole man Jock McClean is the village sceptic and always ready to spread gloom.
The Happiness Club is about to descend on their small village, founded by Sean and his sisters, Dee and Dilly. They are introducing " free of charge' what they call Speed Dating , just as soon as their premises are refurbished. All the elements for intrigue and suspense are skillfully sprinkled about by Ms Peartree, an engrossing read to say the least!!