Dot's Secret
The third book in The Park series

In Dot's Secret, the final book in The Park trilogy, the Park lives up to its reputation for delivering the
best of presents, a new baby, and the most unexpected of presents, a fifty-year-old 'lost' baby.
Young couple, Rhys and Anne, continue to battle for the future of their inheritance, the community which Dot created in the Park, helped or hindered by the many characters whose chaotic lives determine their future.
In the background are tensions within the Park staff, the tale of tassels in Paris, an animal invasion
and the Green Revolution reaches Chip Notting.
Only the previous two stories, Dot's Legacy and Dot's Surprise, will prepare you for the strange world of a seemingly tranquil local park in the sleepy Essex town of Chip Notting.

5.0 out of 5 stars Another brilliant read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 February 2022 Verified Purchase
Well, having read the first two in the series I was very keen to get to this, long awaited, third offering by Colin Payn and I wasn't disappointed
Rhys and Anne go from strength to strength in their regard for each other and their growing family. The way they continue to put the Park and its community first, above monetary gain is heartwarming
I was right near the end before I realised where the missing child was so I was kept guessing there and it ties everything up with a nice bow
I only have one regret and as usual, it's that the story has ended
I'm hoping that Colin Payn decides that there is another book in this saga (and please Mr Payn, could it be written more quickly than this last one so I don't get withdrawal symtoms again !!!)
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