A Village Called Sin
Compton Sinbury is the idyllic village that you just miss when you are careering down the M3. Nestling in a dip below rising cornfields, its village green and gently meandering river make it a favourite destination for photographers who have been assigned to capture the essence of rural England.
But the people who choose to live there, anxious to escape the dirt, the noise and the bustle of urban decay, find that life's problems ignore geographical boundaries.
While Paul Vanner commutes to a six-
The vicar, Owen Gray, has problems too. The fact that he has ceased to believe in God is a professional handicap that he can smoothly surmount, but his lust for his beautiful sister Cathy is harder to ignore. After all, as teenagers they had a very special relationship. Cathy is an uninhibited soul who likes to mow the lawn in the nude if the sun is shining, a habit that gives her neighbour the biggest idea he has ever had.
Meanwhile in his disgracefully dirty bungalow sixty-