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Mrs. Tim

D. E. Stevenson

Mrs. Tim

leaves from the diary of an officer"s wife

by D. E. Stevenson

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Published by Collins .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementD.E. Stevenson.
The Physical Object
Pagination252p.
Number of Pages252
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19399136M

Miss Clutterbuck would like me to run the bar—no, it can’t be that—run the car, which has seen its best days but is still useful for shopping. Grace has told her I am patient and tactful, so (as. Publisher's Summary Best-selling author D. E. Stevenson’s charming fictional alter ego, Hester Christie - or 'Mrs Tim', as she is affectionately known to friends of her military husband - was first introduced in Mrs Tim of the Regiment, published in

Mrs. Tim Flies Home (Paperback) by D. E. Stevenson and a great selection of related books, Condition: New. Mrs. Tim Flies Home. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller 4. Mrs. Tim Flies Home. Stevenson, D.E. Published by Dean Street Press () ISBN   In this second novel of the four book series, Mrs. Tim must carry on during the early years of WWII. The most entertaining writing comes when Mrs. Tim deals with annoying ladies of her aquaintance--other officers' wives who are petty, lazy, snobbish and who moan about the so-far small sacrifices the war demands of them.4/5(1).

Tim Crook is the author of The Secret Lives of a Secret learn more about Tim Crook, his book, and Alexander Wilson, visit Mrs Tim of the Regiment is part of The Bloomsbury Group, a new library of books from the early twentieth-century chosen by readers for readers. Ever observant, always witty and more than a little mischievous, the Mrs Tim diaries reveal a timeless tale of a young woman often out of her depth, but, always with an eye for the amusing side of life.


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Mrs. Tim by D. E. Stevenson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mrs. Tim Christie, Mrs. Tim Carries On, Mrs. Tim Gets a Job, and Mrs. Tim Flies HomeAuthor: D.E. STEVENSON.

Written in a most unusual first person manner, Mrs Tim of the Regiment opens an excruciatingly honest window into the lives and doings of the /5(). World War II has begun, and Hester Christie, also known as "Mrs. Tim," finds herself caught up in war work while carrying on her responsibility as a mother and worrying about her husband Tim who is in France in combat.

Through Hester's eyes, the reader sees the effect that the war to /5(32). This is the first book in the Mrs. Tim series, a novel in the form of journal entries written by the wife of a career British military officer, Mrs.

Tim Christie.4/5. The third book in the Mrs. Tim series jumps to the end of World War II, when Hester’s husband is stationed in Egypt and her children Bryan and Betty are both ensconced in boarding school. Feeling dull, and with time weighing heavily, Hester accepts a job in a country house hotel in the Borders of Scotland/5.

Tim Carries On is the second book in the Mrs. Tim series, which tells the story through Hester Christie's diary. We first meet the characters in Mrs. Tim of the Regiment (which I loved) and now we catch up with them again in at the beginnings of WWII. Hester's husband, Tim, is stationed in France and she is with the regiment in Scotla/5.

Mrs. Tim Flies Home by D.E. Stevenson, Alexander McCall Smith (January 7, )Authors: D. Stevenson, Dorothy Emily Stevenson. The Mrs. Tim book series by D.E. Stevenson includes books Mrs Tim of the Regiment, Mrs. Tim Carries On, Mrs. Tim Gets a Job, and several more.

See the complete Mrs. Tim series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. 4 Books #1. "Mrs. Tim Flies Home" is the fourth and final book in D.E. Stevenson's "Mrs. Tim" series, which began with "Mrs. Tim of the Regiment" (pre-World War II), followed by "Mrs.

Tim Carries On" (set during the war) and "Mrs. Tim Gets a Job" (the immediate post-war era)/5. The most well known novel series written by her include the Mrs, Buncle series, Mrs. Tim series and a few other mini book series. Most of the books written by author Stevenson among her different series are often linked to one another.

She was born as Dorothy Emily Stevenson on Novem Her death took place on Decem Mrs. Tim Series. Back in the 70’s I discovered a copy of Mrs. Tim in a used book store — the war-time diary of the delightful Hester Christie—or ‘Mrs.

Tim’ as she is called after her officer husband. The author, D.E. Stevenson, based this series from her own wartime diaries: There is so much War News in News Bulletins, in Newspapers, and so much talk about the war that I do not. World War II has begun, and Hester Christie, also known as "Mrs.

Tim," finds herself caught up in war work while carrying on her responsibility as a mother and worrying about her husband Tim who is in France in combat. Through Hester's eyes, the reader sees the effect that the war to stop Hitler has on those at home/5(28). Mrs. Tim returns in two subsequent novels, Mrs Tim Gets a Job () and Mrs Tim Flies Home (), all back in print for the first time in decades from Furrowed Middlebrow and Dean Street Press.

This new edition features an introduction by Alexander McCall Smith. I enjoyed Miss Buncle's Book. I scan the Persephone website periodically and find out about so many good books that way. But the two Miss Buncle books and the Mrs. Tim books are the only ones I've read.

I preferred Mrs. Tim, possibly because I read her first. Stevenson wrote so much. Among her many bestselling novels was the series featuring the popular "Mrs.

Tim," the wife of a British Army officer. The author often returned to Scotland and Scottish themes in her romantic, witty and well-observed novels. During the Second World War Dorothy Stevenson moved with her husband to Moffat in Scotland/5(29).

Mrs Tim of the Regiment is part of The Bloomsbury Group, a new library of books from the early 20th-century chosen by readers for readers. © The Estatre of D. Stevenson (P) Audible, Inc. Order of D.E. Stevenson Books D.E.

Stevenson () was a Scottish author of light romance novels. She wrote the Mrs. Tim series, the Miss Buncle series and several other mini-series, which are often linked together. Stevenson’s father was a lighthouse engineer named David Alan Stevenson, who was a first cousin to Robert Louis Stevenson.

Bestselling author D. Stevenson's charming fictional alter-ego, Hester Christie - or "Mrs Tim" as she is affectionately known to friends of her military husband - was first introduced to readers in Mrs Tim Of The Regiment, published in   Her first book Peter West was published in but she did not really start to become a novelist until with the publication of her first 'Mrs.

Tim' book. Dorothy Emily Stevenson died the 30th of December at the age of 81 and was buried in Moffat, Dumfriesshire, Scotland where she lived for many years/5(13). Tim Tipene is the founder of Warrior Kids, Kura Toa Warrior School and Toatoi.

He is an Award-winning Author, an inspirational speaker. For 26 years Tim has been changing the lives of thousands through his acclaimed Warrior Kids program, his award winning books and his inspirational talks.

Tim overcame a violent and abusive childhood, broke the cycle, and has spent his life transforming the. Mrs Tim of the Regiment is part of The Bloomsbury Group, a new library of books from the early twentieth-century chosen by readers for readers. About the Author. Dorothy Emily Stevenson was born in Edinburgh on the 18th, November She is usually referred to as D.

E. Stevenson and during her lifetime she wrote over 40 novels, which were.The countless readers of D.E. Stevenson 's delightful novels will be especially engrossed by this one, the penultimat ook of her four-part " Mrs. Tim " series, and will find Hester Christie, herself, more charmin than ever.

Humor, charm, and a superb talent for storytelling are the hallmarks of D.E. Stevenson 's work.Mrs Tim of the Regiment is part of The Bloomsbury Group, a new library of books from the early 20th-century chosen by readers for readers.

© The Estatre of .