Du Maurier December: Review Wrap-Up

Thank you so much to everyone who took part in my Du Maurier December project, whether you blogged about the books you read or not. The links which I have received thus far to reviews of du Maurier’s work, as well as my own, can be found below. If you have reviewed one (or more) of her works and I have somehow overlooked them, please reply with a link in the comments section below, and I will happily add them to this list.

Books by Daphne du Maurier – Novels
My Cousin RachelTerry’s review
The House on The StrandKoeldas’ review
Jamaica InnTerry’s review
Frenchman’s CreekTerry’s review
Rule Britannia My review
The Flight of the Falcon My review
The Glass-Blowers My review
Hungry Hill My review
The King’s General – My review
The Progress of Julius My review
Mary Anne My review

Books by Daphne du Maurier – Non-fiction
The Winding Stair: Francis Bacon, His Rise and Fall My review
The Infernal World of Branwell Bronte My review
I’ll Never Be Young Again My review
The Rebecca Notebook and Other Memories My review

Books by Daphne du Maurier – Short Stories
The Birds and Other StoriesTerry’s review
The Blue Lenses and Other Stories My review
Don’t Look Now and Other Stories – My review
The Doll: Short StoriesMy review
The Rendezvous and Other Stories My review

Books about Daphne du Maurier
Rebecca’s Tale by Sally Beauman – My review
Daphne du Maurier: A Daughter’s Memoir by Flavia Leng – My review
The Other Rebecca by Maureen Freely – My review
Neverland: J.M. Barrie, The du Mauriers and The Dark Side of Peter Pan by Piers Dudgeon – My review
Murder on the Cliffs by Joanna Challis – My review

2 thoughts on “Du Maurier December: Review Wrap-Up

  1. Thanks Kristy for including my review out here. Will be checking out some of the other reviews that I am yet to read and most importantly add some to the list of my Du Maurier books that are yet to be read!

    • Thank you so much for taking part, and for taking the time to share your thoughts with us! I hope you enjoy the rest of your du Maurier reads. 🙂

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