Author: D.E. Stevenson

Life During Wartime: The Two Mrs. Abbotts

Posted January 12, 2014 by Lory in reviews / 0 Comments
Life During Wartime: The Two Mrs. Abbotts

D.E. Stevenson, The Two Mrs. Abbotts (1943) Between Miss Buncle Married and The Two Mrs. Abbotts, seven years elapsed, and the world changed utterly. England was now in the midst of the Second World War, and the screwball antics of the first two volumes perhaps seemed out of place to their creator. Whatever the reason, […]

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The Miss Buncle Books

Posted January 9, 2014 by Lory in reviews / 6 Comments
The Miss Buncle Books

D.E. Stevenson, Miss Buncle’s Book (1934) D.E. Stevenson, Miss Buncle Married (1936) ‘I’m an author,’ she said to herself. ‘How very odd!’ —from Miss Buncle’s Book In the early 20th century, Scottish novelist D.E. Stevenson produced a steady flow of popular light fiction. Several of these novels are now back in print, including the trio […]

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