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Top 40 Book Club : December 2008
The Mitfords CHARLOTTE MOSLEY (EDITOR) A bygone era emerges from a collection of letters – written between the six Mitford sisters ‘ ’ This is a collection of letters between the six Mitford sisters. Unity was a Hitler supporter, Diana and her husband were interned for being Nazi sympathizers, and Jessica joined the American Communist Party. Each fiercely independent and often holding opposing views, they were very close and prolific correspondents. The letters are full of celebrities like Freud, Kennedy and the Queen, all friends of the Mitfords. From over 12,000 letters, Charlotte Mosley, Diana’s daughter- in-law, has captured a bygone era. 40