Books by Elizabeth Wilhide

IF I COULD TELL YOU by Elizabeth Wilhide
Released: Feb. 28, 2017

"Despite a slow start, Wilhide creates a closely detailed, finely shaded portrayal of love and war that is anti-romantic but far from cynical."
Attempting to mix the historical tenor of television's Foyle's War with the darkly romantic yearnings of Madame Bovary and Anna Karenina, Wilhide (Ashenden, 2013) follows the travails of an upper-middle-class British housewife whose comfortable life is shattered by the combination of World War II and her adulterous affair. Read full book review >
ASHENDEN by Elizabeth Wilhide
Released: Jan. 8, 2013

"A carefully crafted, touching historical that achieves exactly the right note of rewarding readability."
Episodes in the life of a grand British country house, with its upstairs and downstairs dramas, add up to an unusual, engaging, Downton Abbey-esque saga. Read full book review >