The last four books on this page are: Old St Pauls and The Tower of London, both by the author of Windsor Castle, Harrison Aynesworth. Peggy found them equally marvellous. Next is The Stolen March by Dornford Yates, which was already listed earlier. Either she read it again or she forgot that she had alreadyContinue reading “Books Read, part 4”
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, andContinue reading “Books Read, part 3”
Peggy was an avid reader. Today I’m posting the first few books she listed as having read in 1936. The first three are by Dornford Yates: ‘Adèle & Co’, the well-mentioned ‘Berry & Co’ and ‘Anthony Lyveden’. Peggy’s opinion of these books was “Marvellous.“ This is what Amazon.com says about Berry & Co: “This collectionContinue reading “Books Read During The Year”
Diary sub-note: 1914. Naval victory in Heligoland Bight Moved on moorings to the other side of the river. There was a lovely picture of David at Athens in the paper. Had 2 bathes. Had a bath. Finished “The Brother of Daphne” & started “The Stolen March”.