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This review is from: Daphne du Maurier and her Sisters: The Hidden Lives of Piffy, Bird and Bing (Hardcover)
This book was a treat.
I was absorbed in a world where real life was not on the agenda for these three very different du Maurier sisters.
The effects that their 'make believe' childhood would have on their adult lives and relationships are perceptively examined by Jane Dunn.
For me, the author pulls together the web of threads and considerable background information, both of the era and the manner in which they lived.
As a result of which I am now looking forward to reading Angela du Maurier's books and viewing Jeanne du Maurier's paintings to get a broader and more balanced picture of all the du Maurier talents.