'Anna Massey could read the telephone directory and I would listen. When she's reading a writer of the quality of Mary Wesley, it becomes a real pleasure.' (Oxford Times)
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You can't go wrong with Mary Wesley. I like Mary Wesley because she breaks the mould and writes about the unconventionalPublished 13 months ago by Helen Hollick
Mary Wesley again. Always entertaining. This time she assembles her characters in Dinard during the Easter holidays during the 1920's. Read morePublished 13 months ago by S.M. Johnson
Why? It's not her best known work. The Camomile Lawn deserves to be her best-known book. Perhaps this story has a personal appeal for me.Published 17 months ago by Rose Halliday
strange book very old fashioned but nicely written. if only life was like this today!!!!! and more good authors will read more of mary wesleyPublished on 9 April 2014 by spitfire
I'm a big fan of MW's and really enjoyed "A Sensible Life" it was good from start to finish.You will not be disappointed.Published on 13 Dec. 2013 by VICTOR