Synopses & Reviews
Nancy Mitford was witty, intelligent, a great tease and an acute observer of upper-class English idiosyncrasies. Hastings captures the gaiety and frivolity as well as the unhappy truth of Mitford's life: her failed marriage sharply contrasting with her glittering social success.
About the Author
Selina Hastings is a writer and literary journalist. She worked for fourteen years at the Daily Telegraph and subsequently as literary editor at Harpers & Queen.