Book List in Order:8 titles

  • Fall is Mrs. Johnson's favorite season and she is excited to treat her class to some of her special apple dumplings. However, her surprise is ruined by an attack of ants in her classroom! How will Mrs. Johnson and her class be able to get out of this...


  • Winter Games is a dazzling tale of secrets and betrayal: perfect reading for fans of The Bolter by Frances Osborne, and the writing of the Mitfords. Munich, 1936. She doesn't know it, but eighteen-year old Daphne Linden has a seat in the front row of...


  • Shire Hell is the hilarious sequel to Rachel Johnson's brilliant novel Notting Hell in which Mimi and Ralph have managed to escape the city and move to the idyllic Dorset countryside, but have they moved out of the frying pan and into the fire? **Win...


  • Rachel Johnson takes on the challenge of saving The Lady, Britain's oldest women's weekly, in her hilarious diary, A Diary of The Lady: My First Year and a Half as Editor.'The whole place seemed completely bonkers: dusty, tatty, disorganized and impo...


  • Mimi and her husband, Ralph, have left social climbing, pushy parenting, and their marital problems behind them in London in favor of perfect, bucolic tranquility. Or so they thought. What should be rural heaven turns out to be just as tricky to navi...


    • / Contemporary Romance
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    Every city has a Notting Hell . . . "A spot of extramarital nookie with a close neighbor is one thing. We're all grown-ups here. But selling a rare-to-the-market mid-Victorian house -- not merely a house but our children's ancestral family home -- o...


  • Rachel Johnson's hilarious take on life as a yummy mummy in West London and on Exmoor has been making her newspaper readers chortle for the last couple of years: now they are seamlessly turned into a diary of her year, from the dog's birthday party i...


  • Jorge and Margot Wilkins adopt their four-year-old niece, Lisa, when her parents are killed in a car crash. Extremely wealthy and childless, they are exceedingly fond of the beautifully mannered little girl, as are their friends the Masseys and the M...