By D. E. Stevenson
She explained, somewhat incoherently, that the character of Mrs. Horsley Downs was a horrible character and not in the least like her, but that it was obviously intended for her, because it was exactly like her, and that therefore it was a libel and as such ought to be punished to the utmost rigor of the law.
Some books you really are entertained by and enjoy. And some books you love like a friend. This is one of those. The very definition of charming and delightful. That’s all.**5 stars out of 5**
August 29, 2019