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Mr Bigelow was the father of Frances Woodsford’s American penfriend; hearing he was old and lonely she started to write to him in 1947, the letters stopping only with his death in 1961. The letters reveal her life (dotty mother, exasperating brother, awful boss, boring job) and are a wonderful read, each letter carefully crafted, informing Mr Bigelow of events in Bournemouth with some lovely set-pieces, the saga of learning to drive and the dreadful first car and her brother’s many girlfriends. Please note that we are awaiting an extract from the publisher for this title.Like for Like Reading:84 Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff