06/10/1999

Lady of Quality (by Georgette Heyer)

'Lady of Quality' is an excellent historical novel by Georgette Heyer.

Annis, a most independent young lady, meets a runaway girl and befriends her.

She is attracted, against her better judgement, to the girl's guardian, the somewhat unusual Oliver Carleton. The usual sub-plots and excitement ensure, with a satisfying ending.

I had read this several times before but, as ever, enjoyed it thoroughly.

A slightly longer review of 'Lady of Quality' can be found here, after a further re-reading some years later.

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