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    Good book - makes you think

    This is a book that makes you think. Having been born in 1954, all my life I've been told how evil Sir Oswald Mosley and his British Union was. This book covers the party from a Society Woman's point of view. The world was such a different place. So many people had servants, children away at school and too much time on their hands, the women anyway. Phyllis who we follow doesn't follow politics, she lived through the Great War and just wants peace - almost at any price. If you want a look at life in the 30s & 40s, the politics - sort of - of the women of the time. I would wholeheartedly recommend this book. I think it will stay with me and make me think for a good while to come.

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