Keeping Up Appearances by Rose Macaulay and Which Way? by Theodora Benson #BritishLibraryWomenWriters

Today's post is a look at two books I've been desperately trying to get to for some time. It's been a good summer for reading and I've managed to shift clear about half of the TBR pile - and I've finally read these two crackers from the marvellous British Library Women Writers series. I've been … Continue reading Keeping Up Appearances by Rose Macaulay and Which Way? by Theodora Benson #BritishLibraryWomenWriters

Daughters of Paris – Elisabeth J. Hobbes #Blogtour

I may have had something in my eye as I finished Hobbes' latest superb novel; it's certainly another emotional cracker and I loved the way the story ended. I'd really grown to care about what happened to Fleur and Colette, the eponymous daughters in the title, and Hobbes uses the full scale of the French … Continue reading Daughters of Paris – Elisabeth J. Hobbes #Blogtour