Her novels have given me many hours of joy.
The historical novels more so than her crime fiction.
And even her factual writing was enlightening.
It always pleased me that here is a writer who can entertain and hold her readers' attention without resorting to 'blood and guts' and 'raunchy sex scenes'.
The wit of her writings is finely crafted, well posed and - ultimately - truly and wisely funny without the need for slapstick.
And I have read almost all !
And have re-read those which have been re-issued lately.
For awhile they were not readily available at the Public Libraries, but thankfully, they have resurfaced. Perhaps, following the huge success of Downton Abbey!
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Well, of course if you were weaned on the almost illiterate - however sellable- romances of Barbara Cartland, Georgette Heyer may be tooo literate for you :-)!
One has to have a goodly sense of humor to truly appreciate her finer lines of dialogue and so much more!
And no, this is not the snob in me talking.
I really enjoy well written, with a soupcon or even a large dollop of humor, pieces!
Of all eras!