Re: Historical Novel Society Norah Lofts
- On 06:30 01/09/2004 Meredith Whitford said
>I couldn't say I'm "an expert" but I have read all, I think, of hers andNo, I didn't read those. She kept me busy with her historicals!
>admire her books enormously. Her books are always extremely readable, and
>have an admirable lack of sentimentality.
>I like the thrillers she wrote as Peter ??? -- surname escapes me; will
>forget my own name next.
>I know very little about her personally, and would like to know more, ifI think she was a very private person. She lived in East Anglia, and
>anyone here can enlighten me. I know she died not all that long ago, I
>remember seeing it in the papers.
survived to a ripe old age. There's very little about her anywhere. I would
think the best places to look might be old newspapers, until one can
discover her alma mater, where hopefully someone will be able to help.
>I don't even know if her books are still in print -- I tend to pick themI don't think there are, and it's a great shame. I loved Philip Lindsay's
>up second hand and don't think I've ever seen them in regular bookstores,
>except for her last one, "A Wayside Tavern".
books as well, but know even less about him.
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