Tag Archives: Rosamunde Pilcher

Joanna Trollope, “Daughters-in-Law”

Did I dream this? Wasn’t there a moment when Joanna Trollope’s books were best-sellers in the U.S.? I’ve certainly bought most of them, loaned them to friends, re-read them, enjoyed them mightily. So I was startled to find that Daughters-in-Law … Continue reading

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Katharine Davis, “Capturing Paris”

Spend a few hours in Paris without a plane ticket. Continue reading

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