Last Christmas. December 2016.

Dear Rowley, Family Christmases do tend to open the floodgates for nostalgia but not half as much as the news that George Michael had died on Christmas Day, aged fifty-three, from heart failure. I always find it rather a bore … Continue reading

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Death Becomes Her. December 2015.

Dear Rowley, To St George’s Mayfair, Hangover Square, for the Christmas carol service and post prandial champagne last night before dinner at Andrew Edmunds. With the weather being so ghastly in London in the run-up to Christmas, I’ve found it … Continue reading

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Bring Up The Bodies. December 2013.

Dear Rowley, You’ll be relieved to hear that come Christmas Day, prohibition was repealed at the Sherwood family home so knees were rouged, stockings rolled down and a good time was had by all. We had a house full of … Continue reading

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