Frances, Countess Lloyd George: More Than a Mistress

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Gracewing Publishing, 1996 - Great Britain - 214 pages
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Ruth Nixon writes with a touching emotional depth that is very reminiscent of the writing style of Richard Lloyd George. I found her account to be very moving and sincere.
Her Grandmother, Frances
, is shown to have been a wonderful and kind caring lady.
It must have been so hard for Jennifer to have travelled through life with so many unanswered questions as to her parentage.
My feeling is that this book confirms that Jennifer was indeed a true Lloyd George, as the gift for evocative words is the true hallmark of Lloyd George. Ruth is indeed a very talented writer as befits a grand.daughter of the wizard.
Susan t. Thomas
43 Magdalen Road
Oxford
 

Contents

A Greater Freedom
1
Marriageand War
27
Secretary to the Prime Minister
40
The Peace
55
Adjustments
76
Motherhood
100
A War on several fronts
132
A new world
165
Index
211
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