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The Daisy Club By Charlotte Bingham

The Daisy Club by Charlotte Bingham

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Summary

Twistleton is a village untouched by time, taking its rhythms from the countryside around. It is here that evacuees from the East End, butler and countryman weld together to fight common enemies, whether drunken troops in the village, the bombs from the air, or rationing and the bitter weather.

The Daisy Club Summary

The Daisy Club by Charlotte Bingham

Twistleton is a village untouched by time, taking its rhythms from the countryside around. Daisy, Jean, Freddie and their friends Aurelia and Laura are devoted to the place, so that when war breaks out Twistleton becomes the embodiment of everything for which they are fighting. For the previous generation the new conflict causes private despair, increased when Twistleton is requisitioned by the Army. Turfed out of their houses, the villagers take refuge at the Hall. It is here that evacuees from the East End, butler and countryman weld together to fight common enemies, whether drunken troops in the village, the bombs from the air, or rationing and the bitter weather. They all know only victory will do. With death haunting their every moment, love is their one all-too-fleeting consolation - and also their final triumph.

About Charlotte Bingham

Charlotte Bingham comes from a literary family - her father sold a story to H.G Wells when he was only seventeen - and Charlotte wrote her autobiography, Coronet among the Weeds, at the age of nineteen. Since then she has written comedy and drama series, films and plays for both England and America with her husband, the actor and playwright Terence Brady. Her most recent novels include The White Marriage, Goodnight Sweetheart,The Enchanted and The Land of Summer.

Additional information

GOR001430462
The Daisy Club by Charlotte Bingham
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Transworld Publishers Ltd
2009-08-13
480
0553819933
9780553819939
N/A
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