Tag Archives: Marghanita Laski

The Village by Marghanita Laski: A Book Review

The Village was first published in 1952 and chronicles life in an English village immediately after the end of the Second World War. It begins with two women meeting to go on duty at the Red Cross post as they … Continue reading

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Book Beginnings on Friday

This is the opening sentence of the book I’m going to read next: The night the war ended, both Mrs Trevor and Mrs Wilson went on duty at the Red Cross post as usual. from The Village by Marghanita Laski. As this sentence … Continue reading

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The Victorian Chaise-Longue by Marghanita Laski: Book Review

After I finished reading Little Boy Lost by Marghanita Laski I wanted to read more by her and borrowed The Victorian Chaise-Longue from my local library. It’s very different from Little Boy Lost and although it’s described as ‘a little jewel of … Continue reading

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February’s Books

February was a good reading month. I read 9 books. The full list is on my Books Read in 2012 page (see the tab above). My Book of the Month is Little Boy Lost by Marghanita Laski. It is a beautiful book. Once I started … Continue reading

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