Heading Over The Hill (Paperback)
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Heading Over The Hill (Paperback)

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Paperback 534 Pages / Published: 03/12/2020
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Publisher: Boldwood Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781838895716
Number of pages: 534
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
Edition: Large type / large print edition

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“Absolutely Charming”

Heading Over The Hill by Judy Leigh is the most charming contemporary novel about growing old and having fun.
The main characters are all fifty plus with some octogenarians. Growing old does not have to mean slowing... More

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“Hugely entertaining”

I have been a fan of Judy’s work for a little while now. I have read each and every book that she has released to date. I loved the sound of ‘Heading Over The Hill’ and I knew that I would be in for one hell of a... More

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“Warm and humorous”

main characters at first as they seemed a bit exaggerated but their natural warmth grew on me and enabled me to look beyond the physical descriptions. The friendships they struck up and the impact they had on the... More

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