furrowed middlebrow,d e stevenson,angela thirkell,elizabeth fair,persephone,alexander mccall smith

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Sometimes it is difficult to see clearly in what direction one’s duty lies (and especially difficult for people like myself with a husband in one part of the world and children in another) but Tim and I, talking it over together in cold blood, decided that I ought to go home.

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Sometimes it is difficult to see clearly in what direction one’s duty lies (and especially difficult for people like myself with a husband in one part of the world and children in another) but Tim and I, talking it over together in cold blood, decided that I ought to go home.

Hester Christie, the delightful heroine last met in Mrs. Tim Gets a Job, has spent a blissful 18 months living in Kenya where husband Tim is posted. But now it’s back to England to be with her two nearly grown children. She rents a house near the village of Old Quinings in England’s North Country, and plans a quiet summer with the children near the inn owned by her beloved former maid Annie and her husband.

But things are never quiet for long with Mrs. Tim, and she must navigate curious neighbours, a dishonest landlady, and a troublesome travel companion who makes an unwelcome appearance in Old Quinings, not to mention a bit of intrigue and—as usual for Hester—a bit of matchmaking for young lovers.

Mrs. Tim Flies Home, first published in 1952, concludes D.E. Stevenson’s much-loved Mrs. Tim series. Furrowed Middlebrow and Dean Street Press have also reprinted Mrs. Tim Carries On and Mrs. Tim Gets a Job. This new edition includes an introduction by Alexander McCall Smith.

Praise

“Another charming romance . . . Strongly recommended for pleasurable reading.” Edinburgh Evening News

Bibliographic Data

Category: Fiction
Publication Date: January 2019
Territories: World English
ISBN: 978 1 912574 57 5 (paperback)/ISBN: 978 1 912574 58 2 (ebook)