'The writer's unflagging humour, her shrewd, worldly wisdom, and her extremely realistic pictures of garrison life make it all good reading ... delightful' Times Literary Supplement 'Delightful domestic comedy' Frisbeewind.blogspot.com 'Miss Stevenson has spiced this tale of British army life with an unobtrusive, effortless wit which often proves deceptively sharp' New York Times 'Captures attention with the first page ... and by the end ... captures readers' hearts' Star
About the Author
Dorothy Emily Stevenson was born in Edinburgh on the 18th, November 1892. She is usually referred to as D. E. Stevenson and during her lifetime she wrote over 40 novels, which were published on both sides of the Atlantic. She married Captain James Reid Peploe in 1916 and had four children. Her first book Peter West was published in 1923 but she did not really start to become a novelist until 1932 with the publication of her first 'Mrs. Tim' book. Dorothy Emily Stevenson died the 30th of December 1973 at the age of 81 and was buried in Moffat, Dumfriesshire, Scotland where she lived for many years.