Thale's Folly Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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©1999 Dorothy Gilman Butters (P)1999 Recorded Books
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|Audible.com.au Release Date||05 July 2012|
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325 in Gothic Horror Fiction
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1,953 in Gothic Fiction
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Je l'ai adoréReviewed in France on 23 April 2014
En dehors des livres de MMe Pollifax, Dorothy Gilman a ecrit plusieurs livres hors-série. J'aime beaucoup celui-ci pour les personnages loufoques et pour l'histoire très drole. J'étais triste arrivée à la fin, car j'aurais aimé faire encore un peu de chemin avec ces personnages.
Heather E. Campbell
Gentle and Enjoyable ReadReviewed in the United States on 2 October 2017
I own and reread most of Dorothy Gilman's adult novels (she also writes for kids, but I haven't read any of those). There are a couple I do not like, but I enjoy all the Mrs. Pollifax books and also the stand-alone Tightrope Walker, Nun in the Closet, and Clairvoyant Countess (2 of these) books. Of the ones I like, I probably like this least. But, I still enjoy it and recommend it to those who enjoy the kinds of "soft-'60s" attitude of so many of her books. This book is about writing and about love. It is gentle and enjoyable.
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A Great Summer ReadReviewed in the United States on 29 June 2016
I read this book years and years ago and always remembered it. I had to own it myself; I think it's likely out of print but it's well worth the read. A charming story with the right amount of mystery/intrigue. You'll love the characters. It's the kind of book that you're sad to finish. It's not a heavy read but it has some heart and is an enjoyable story. It's not quite book club material for more serious readers but, unless you a total book-snob, you'll like this book.
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Another great Gilman readReviewed in the United States on 20 February 2019
Dorothy Gilman's gentle style of storytelling makes this mystery a pleasure to read.
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