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Poppy's on a roll! Here is a nice review from Booklist: “Arlen conveys so strong a sense of time and place that the reader will feel as though they have stepped into an episode of Foyle’s War. A must-read for fans of an era that still holds us in its thrall, a desperate time met head-on with dignity and courage.” ... See MoreSee Less
More exciting news! Berkley Publishing have just bought my second historical novel. A DRESS OF VIOLET TAFFETA based on the life of Lady Duff Gordon, an English fashion designer famed for her alluring and lavish gowns, who survived the sinking of the Titanic and then went on to open haute couture houses in London, Paris, and New York in a time when successful business women were a rarity. Out summer of 2022 ... See MoreSee Less
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Death of a Dishonorable Gentlemen will be released by Minotaur Books, St. Martin’s Press January 6, 2015.
A Party for Winston. The second book in the series to be released in January 2016.
It’s that list-making time of year. The ‘best of’ lists…’ As a particularly dedicated list-maker, I wanted to share Iyntwood’s favorite reads for 1912. Continue reading
“The Wind in the Willows” published in 1908 by Kenneth Grahame has often been referred to as a pastoral hymn to the rural beauty of England and the relatively un-spoiled countryside of the early 1900s. Continue reading
It was during the frenzy of the Coronation year of George V in 1911 that brought Nijinsky, star of the Ballet Russe, before the British public. Continue reading