photograph of D.E. Stevenson from a dust wrapper
  D. E. Stevenson Books
We are  gathering material on the life of D.E. Stevenson (Dorothy Emily Peploe) for eventual publication in an authorized biography.  Please email us with any information, contacts, or research you feel would be helpful.

Exciting information about five NEW D.E. Stevenson books available.

Found in the attic by D. E. Stevenson's granddaughter, these five books have never previously been published. 

We are also the North American distributor for these DES reprints:

Peter West  publication information

The English Air  publication information

See our current D.E. Stevenson catalogue

All books are subject to prior sale.  We attempt to describe all flaws.  We want you to be pleasantly surprised instead of disappointed when your books arrive.  All dust wrappers are in protective mylar covers.
 

Debby E.'s D.E. Stevenson bookcaseHere is Debby E.'s wonderful custom made bookcase built to house her D.E. Stevenson collection. It was DESigned and made with love by her talented son-in-law Asia. Thank you Debby E. for sharing it with fellow D.E. Stevenson admirers.
With some browsers you can right-click the picture and select "View Image" to see a larger version and a better view of the books. (Are we the only ones that look at titles on bookshelves when they are shown in movies or films?) 

The AGM of the Angela Thirkell Society, NAB was held in Richmond, VA in Oct. 2004.  Jerri Chase, a member of the ATS, AT and DES email discussion groups gave a fascinating talk titled Comparing  the Lives and Works of Dorothy L. Sayers, D.E. Stevenson and Georgette Heyer with Angela Thirkell. She has graciously allowed us to add this to our web site. Please click the title link to read this enjoyable article.

Click D.E. Stevenson to see our informational bibliography of D.E. Stevenson's books.



Click D.E. Stevenson to visit Susan M.'s wonderful site.

Click D.EStevenson.org to visit Susan D.'s wonderful web site.

Subscribe to our free D.E. Stevenson email discussion group.

Wishing you were in Edinburgh? 

When you visit Edinburgh would you like to stay where D.E. Stevenson lived as a young woman? Aileen Reeves owns the ground and first floor flat in what was once the Stevenson family home and recently opened it as a bed & breakfast.  We were fortunate enough to stay at this lovely and spacious b&b in the fall of 2003. Aileen is a kind and generous hostess and we enjoyed our stay very much indeed. If you are lucky enough to stay here please say hello to Aileen for us.

Her web site http://www.thevictoriantownhouse.co.uk has more information and some lovely photographs (the red drawing room was once the Stevenson dining room).  You can email Aileen at fourteen.eglintoncrescent@blueyonder.co.uk

Questions or comments? Please email us.

Other Catalogues
Anglophile Fiction/Literature Anglophile Nonfiction
Children's Memoir and Autobiography
Mystery Travel
Women's History/Studies World War II Fiction / Nonfiction

Complete catalogue list


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