A Slice Of Life From A Vicar’s Wife by Jean Jarvis

A Pure Delight

A Slice Of Life From A Vicar’s Wife by Jean Jarvis is a most charming little book that gives glimpses into a life over the years.

Jean Jarvis was born in 1937 and has written this delightful book with a snapshot into her life.

We hear a little of the war years. The book mainly focuses on the years after she met her husband to be in 1960.

As we drop in and out of Jean Jarvis’ life, it is a pleasure to share her memories.

Jean Jarvis life was ordinary in many ways but extraordinary in others. Her husband was friend and confidant of the poet John Betjeman.

This book is a pure delight as it shares memories frozen in time of a bygone era that will not come again. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I received a free copy from the publishers. A favourable review was not required. All opinions are my own.

JULIA WILSON

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