Series: Hester & Harriet
A captivating drama with a wonderfully dry comic touch, HESTER AND HARRIET features two unconventional and gutsy sixty-something sisters. Wilfully oblivious to the social niceties of their conventional little village, they have compassionate natures and a secret desire to break out from the quiet rut their lives are in.
Hester and Harriet are reluctantly driving to their well-meaning relatives’ on Christmas Day when they come across a frail young woman sheltering in a bus stop with her tiny baby. Their desire to get out of the meal, along with concern for this woman, takes them down an unexpected route... One which leads all involved down rather dangerous paths and affords the sisters a glimpse into a side of life far removed from their cosy shared house.
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HESTER AND HARRIET introduces two memorable characters whose warmth, wit, and guile infuse a refreshing and compelling crime drama.
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