Now I can die happy!
Posted by Marsha on September 17, 1997 at 21:16:56:
In response to Re: Oh, Yessss!, written by Peggy Haley on September 17, 1997 at 17:24:40
] I've adored Georgette Heyer for more years than I care to mention. Favorites are Cotillion, Friday's Child, and These Old Shades. (On the last-mentioned: Yes, the 18th century books are a trifle harder to get the rhythm of, but this is such a cracking story that it's worth the effort.)
] A discussion would give me a great excuse to re-read these gems, but they do seem rather lightwieght compared to the books that are currently slated. I'm new here, though. If anyone else is game, I'm on!
Welcome to the faithfull! I discovered her by accident and she became one of my favorites instanteneously. What do you think of "Devil's Cub"? When I have to name favorites I have to do at least a dozen. Maybe we could have a private mini-read, with those who want to participate having a small discussion and not taking so much board space. What do you think?
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