A Door to All My Rooms is an affectionate and nostalgic tour of a much-loved childhood home, rekindling memories of the characters who peopled it, some sad, some very funny. Invaluable as a piece of social history, this is a fascinating step back into the past, providing an amusing insight into family life in the Berkshire countryside of the ’20s and ’30s. Accustomed as we are nowadays to the machinery of modern living it seems incredible that people lived civilized lives without telephones, refrigeration, TV, or central heating. How did people fill their time and cope? Read this and find out. The author, who has been writing since childhood, is an International Championship Judge of dogs and ponies and contributes a highly popular weekly column to the dog press as well as writing extensively for other journals.
A Door to all my Rooms by Peggy Grayson
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