Next on Peggy’s book list was Edward VIII Our King, which she thought was very good. This is uncredited. It was produced in January 1936, to commemorate Edward’s accession to the throne.
Peggy returned to Dornford Yates next, for Jonah & Co, which she rated as Marvellous.
David of King’s by Benson was next, and is the only book Peggy didn’t enjoy, marking it as ‘not very good’. Perhaps she was misled by the title, as it wasn’t about her King ‘David’, but rather a novel of varsity life, set at King’s College, Cambridge.
Next were two more Dornford Yates novels; The Brother of Daphne and The Stolen March. As with her previous experience with this author, she thought it they were both marvellous!
Last in this section is Windsor Castle, by Harrison Aynesworth.