I've read three other Elizabeth Taylor novels recently and they were all good, especially Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont. Doesn't this one sound enticing?
I am a latecomer to Barbara Pym and am learning to really appreciate her low key satire. Excellent Women is supposed to be one of her best.
I've read one other Thirkell novel, in this same series of reissues. One warning: it was very poorly copy-edited! But it was, as this effusive blurb suggests, quite delightful and inevitably reminiscent of that other series of Barsetshire novels.
I've finally warmed to Heyer's Regency romances, but I have yet to read any of her mysteries.
How about we vote by next Tuesday (July 16) and aim to start our discussion August 30?