Laughter on the Stairs
In this, the second volume of the Merry Hall trilogy, Nichols is less concerned with his garden and more with his house, but the story does include the memorable characters Our Rose, the ditzy floral designer, and the cantankerous gardener Oldfield.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - HenriMoreaux - LibraryThing
Laughter On The Stairs is the second book in the Merry Hall autobiographical trilogy. Written in post war England it chronicles the authors renovations of Merry Hall and village life. I picked this ... Read full review
Review: Laughter on the Stairs (Merry Hall Trilogy #2)User Review - Anna Sims - Goodreads
I used to feel that PG Wodehouse was at the front of the class for dry British humor... but now, I think that Beverley Nichols' might have stolen his seat while I wasn't looking. He writes about his ... Read full review