FLETCHER'S END by D. E. Stevenson

FLETCHER'S END

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the sequel to Bel Lamington (1961) and tells how she and Ellis came to buy Fletchers End, an old house in the Cotswolds whose history they learned after they were married. With so much to be done with it, they are delighted with their move there after a stay in London and, pleased with the remodeling and restoration, they gradually are apprised of its previous owner's family and health problems, of the Lestrange inheritance and its uncaring heir, and of the possibility that they might not now be the rightful tenants. Besides insuring that the house is properly decorated, the gardens restored, and that their luck holds with the housekeeper they acquire, Bel has the question of her best friend's choice of husbands -- and is a delighted observer of Louise's decision. This author's followers will be at home with the expected comfort that insures a mind relaxed.

Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston