If you enjoy WWII history on
the home front and the secret pleasure of reading someone's
private letters, then Letters From Lavender Cottage- Hastings
in WWII and Austerity is for you.
The book tells of the domestic hardships inflicted on the
Hastings, England populace as a result of war, along with
personal comment, biographical detail and pictures.
Canadian relatives come to the rescue of Lavender
Cottage occupants, sending food and comforts to the household
during harsh and austere times. The story of the three elderly
ladies, who live in the cottage and cope with post war shortages
is heart-warming, funny and touching.
A real page-turner!
from Lavender Cottage is now also available as an audio book.
The narrative is read by the book’s author, Victoria Seymour
and its main character, Emilie Crane, is brought to life by
Hastings actress and singer, Maxine Roach. Sound editing,
production and musical interludes are by Tim White. The three
CDs run for 3 hours 40 minutes