Today, you can find me at The Project Gutenberg Project blog posting about The Misses Mallett by Emily Hilda Young (1922). This book, with its interesting set up of four single women living together, promising to uphold the family tradition of remaining single..
“The Malletts don’t marry, Henrietta. Look at us, as happy as the day is long, with all the fun and none of the trouble. We’ve been terrible flirts, Sophia and I. Rose is different, but at least she hasn’t married. The three Miss Malletts of Nelson Lodge! Now there are four of us, and you must keep up our reputation.”
..ultimately turned out to be a little bit disappointing. Luckily, Simon tells me I have the later titles by E.H. Young, William and Miss Mole, to look forward too, despite my slight disappointment in this earlier work by Young.