More Barsetshire Diary

More Barsetshire Diary A continuation of My Barsetshire Diary where Lord David attempts to honour the promise made on his behalf to help The Dreaded Edna become a local Councillor He also has to contend with raising funds t

  • Title: More Barsetshire Diary
  • Author: David Prosser
  • ISBN: 9781447734
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • A continuation of My Barsetshire Diary where Lord David attempts to honour the promise made on his behalf to help The Dreaded Edna become a local Councillor He also has to contend with raising funds to restore Diana the Dowager Duchess of Cheam s family home.

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      Published :2018-05-03T10:50:01+00:00

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    1. As with the first two books of the series, this story contains all the meandering, understated, wry humour, typical of the British Upper Class, while maintaining the main story thread to the end; where all the seemingly loose ends are expertly woven together again.See my review also at:amazon/More-Barsets.on/More-Barsetshi.on/More-Barsetshir.on/More-Barset

    2. Lord David returns with a hilarious sequel to his well-received book, My Barshetshire Diary. While coping with his usual difficulties – the domineering feline, Oscar, the intimidating Lady J, a rebellious credit card that refuses to leave his pocket, and the general burdens a titled lord must endure with a stiff upper lip – Lord David has now met his match. The great matriarch, Triple D – Diana the Dowager Duchess of Cheam to be exact – needs his services in her fund raising schemes, som [...]

    3. "More Barsetshire Diary" by Lord David Prosser is yet another charming and amusing tale of life in the partially fictional British countryside. Lord David, Lady J and their cat Oscar entertain us with snippets from their life, be that regular shopping trips or their charitable efforts to raise money for a restoration project.Spiked with observational wit, sharp dialogue and wonderful characters this is a truly pleasant and uplifting novel. Understated but great entertainment. Highly recommended [...]

    4. Too much Barsetshire is never enough so I paused only for the blink of an eye before downloading More Barsetshire Diary and The Queen's Envoy, devouring both Lord David Prosser delivers the reader into his world, where he vies with Lady Julia and Oscar for domestic supremacy and entertains the reader with his dedication to living by William Booth words "The greatness of a man’s power is the measure of his surrender."

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