Titmuss regained

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Viking, Apr 1, 1990 - Fiction - 280 pages
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Pitting greed against Green a new town is being planned in England's green and pleasant land. Usually the champion of greed, conservative M.P. Leslie Titmuss is thrown off his political course, since the new development threatens his own Rapstone Manor. Bringing us up-to-date on the quirks, quarrels, and quests of the wonderful array of characters first introduced in Paradise Postponed, Titmuss Regained is a pungent and often hilarious view of contemporary manners and mores.

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Review: Titmuss Regained (Rapstone Chronicles #2)

User Review  - Karmen - Goodreads

I remembered Mortimer from watching PBS' adaptation of some of his Rumpole stories and found them wonderful. Full of dry wit, irony and black humor. This novel is no different. Leslie Titmuss is a lot ... Read full review

Review: Titmuss Regained (Rapstone Chronicles #2)

User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

a little epic may not appeal to younger readers Read full review


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John Mortimer is the author of many books including twelve volumes of Rumpole stories, as well as the bestselling "Summer's Lease" & "Paradise Postponed". He lives with his wife & youngest daughter in the house in Buckinghamshire that his father built.

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