The Tavern on Maple Street by Sharon Owens
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Pleasant tale that's similar to a Maeve Binchy novel about a slow-moving tavern in Belfast City Center. When a shopping mall developer wants to take it over, Lily and Jack try to improve things--hiring staff, developing a catering service, and hiring live music. But it's a far cry from the quiet pub they are used to managing. The people all become entangled with each other and everything is peachy by the end, of course.
I was looking forward to the Irish accents, but a few of them really threw me off--very nasal.
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