Post of Honour (A Horseman Riding by #2) by R.F. Delderfield

bookshelves: women, wwi, under-500-ratings, series, published-1966, paper-read, one-penny-wonder, families, devon, britain-england

Read from June 25 to August 21, 2015
Opening: They were Squire Craddock’s vintage years, the brief, crowded period beginning immediately after the fillip given to the Sorrel Valley by the 1911 Coronation Jubilee, and moving on into the blazing summer of 1914 that, on looking back a little later, seemed as remote as the Middle Ages.

The first, book covered coronation to coronation, 1902-1911, Edward VII – George V. The sleepy Devon valley gradually awoke to encroaching modern times – motorcars, changing fashions and the suffragist movement.

See more: Soldiers and Suffragettes: The photography of Christina Broom

TR God Is an Englishman (Swann Saga, #1)
3* To Serve Them All My Days
3* Diana

3.5* Long Summer Day
3.5* Post of Honour
TR The Green Gauntlet

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