A Village Called Sin
By Guy Bellamy
Sin is rife in the English village of Sinbury.
The idyllic village of Computer Sinbury – better known as Sin – has two types of citizen: the randy poor and the preoccupied rich. Paul Vanner, for example, can’t make money and love, much to his wife’s chagrin. But for the likes of Toby Beauchamp, in deep trouble for offering sweeteners to the planning office, money can get you into even more trouble than sex.
Then there’s Harry Grant, the local journalist, hungry for news. The only trouble is that when a big story breaks, it’s far too salacious to appear in print: like the atheist vicar and Cathy, his nudist sister; or the golden fertility symbol that mysteriously arrives on her mat. Then there are the new arrivals, Gwenda and Neil Kennedy. They are hoping to find peace and serenity. Instead they find nothing but Sin …