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The Blue Sapphire

I have been reading World War 2 novels lately, and picked up Stevenson’s “The Blue Sapphire” feeling that I needed a break from one of the darkest eras in history, and a gentler, cheerful read! And Stevenson always fits the … Continue reading

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Young Mrs. Savage by D.E. Stevenson

Young Mrs. Savage by D.E. Stevenson My rating: 5 of 5 stars I really liked this book! Poor Dinah… she is left to raise four children on her own. Dinah’s husband, Gilbert had made it all through the war only … Continue reading

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The English Air

The English Air by D.E. Stevenson My rating: 4 of 5 stars Character-driven rather than plot driven (the plot often moves slowly), there are many things to like in this novel of pre-and-during-WW2 England. The main character, Franz Heiden, has … Continue reading

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Sarah Morris Remembers

Sarah Morris Remembers by D.E. Stevenson My rating: 5 of 5 stars Loved this book! D.E. Stevenson has done it again for me! Sarah Morris is the daughter of an English vicar. She has two brothers, Willy and Lewis, and … Continue reading

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The Young Clementina

The Young Clementina by D.E. Stevenson My rating: 5 of 5 stars I admit, I’ve been on a D.E. Stevenson track lately! Once I pick one up, I enjoy it so much (and they are, by and large, light and … Continue reading

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Mrs. Tim Flies Home

Mrs. Tim Flies Home by D.E. Stevenson My rating: 4 of 5 stars This final book in the Mrs. Tim series, was like the others, a light, pleasant and fun read! Hester Christie has now returned from Kenya where Tim … Continue reading

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Mrs. Tim Gets a Job

I thoroughly enjoyed “Mrs. Tim Gets a Job”. Hester Christie does not *want* a job. But her do-gooder friend Grace decides that with Tim away in Egypt and the children at boarding school, that her good friend Hester needs something … Continue reading

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