Reviews

‘A marvellous entry in this excellent series, one of those books that¬† you have to keep reading but hate to finish. Highly recommended.’ [Stage Fright]

- MYSTERY WOMEN

A wonderful poignant novel

Elizabeth Taylor is a writer I admire greatly. Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont (1971) is one of her late novels and it is about an elderly lady (and lady is the right word) who arrives at the Claremont, a residential hotel in Kensington, hoping to make a life for herself there after the death of […]

Sheer bliss: Prunella Scales and Wives and Daughters

I haven’t been sleeping well these last six months or so – and I won’t need to tell readers of my blog why that is. I don’t usually have a problem getting to sleep, but I often find myself awake at four or five am.¬†That is when audiobooks are such a godsend. I prefer books […]