A moving story of first love told in old age, looking back at a hidden world of suburban secrets and sham respectability.
Month: February 2018
This week we appraise books read and reviewed, look ahead to World Book Day 2018 and highlight fascinating literary features from across the Net.
George Orwell’s 1934 novel is a tale from the waning days of British colonialism, when Burma was ruled from Delhi as a part of British India.
This week we look at books read and reviewed, discover what’s been happening with the Persephone Readathon and highlight fascinating literary features from across the Internet.
Estoril is a comedy-cum-spy story set in a luxurious hotel during the height of the Second World War.
In the balmy summer of 1920 Tom Birkin arrives penniless at Oxgodby station with his nerves “shot to pieces” and a commission to restore a Medieval work of art.
This is the fourth of my weekly posts in which I summarize books read, reviewed and currently on my TBR shelf. In addition to a variety of literary titbits, I look ahead to forthcoming features, see what’s on the night-stand and keep readers abreast of various book-related happenings.
This is the start of an occasional feature in which I highlight a small selection of books that I read and enjoyed at some point before publishing this blog.