The Moonspinners/Nine Coaches Waiting/The Ivy Tree/Madam, Will You Talk?



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Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread forinformationLady Mary Stewart, born Mary Florence Elinor Rainbow, was a popular English novelist, and taught at the school of John Norquay elementary for 30 to 35 years.She was one of the most widely read fiction writers of our time The author of twenty novels, a volume of poetry, an Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread forinformationLady Mary Stewart, born Mary Florence Elinor Rainbow, was a popular English novelist, and taught at the school of John Norquay elementary for 30 to 35 years.She was one of the most widely read fiction writers of our time The author of twenty novels, a volume of poetry, and three books for young readers, she was admired for both her contemporary stories of romantic suspense and her historical novels Born in England, she lived for many years in Scotland, spending time between Edinburgh and the West Highlands.Her unofficial fan site can be found at

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  • Hardcover
  • 816 pages
  • The Moonspinners/Nine Coaches Waiting/The Ivy Tree/Madam, Will You Talk?
  • Mary Stewart
  • English
  • 04 May 2018
  • 0905712412

10 thoughts on “The Moonspinners/Nine Coaches Waiting/The Ivy Tree/Madam, Will You Talk?

  1. Kirsty says:

    The Moonspinners 3 starsI read Mary Stewart s The Moonspinners for the Greece stop on my Around the World challenge I was interested in the story, which is set specifically on Crete, immediately However, it did not capture my attention quite as much as her other books I kept waiting for something to happen which would hook me until the end of the novel, but such a thing never quite came This is the first of Stewart s books which I have read that feels overly dramatic normally, she balance The Moonspinners 3 starsI read Mary Stewart s The Moonspinners for the Greece stop on my Around the World challenge I was interested in the story, which is set specifically on Crete, immediately However, it did not capture my attention quite as much as her other books I kept waiting for something to happen which would hook me until the end of the novel, but such a thing never quite came This is the first of Stewart s books which I have read that feels overly dramatic normally, she balances the drama and suspense rather well, but it was markedly overblown at times here The relationships within the novel feel too sudden, and are not developed as I would expect I also found the plot a little predictable there were none of the surprises here which I have come ...

  2. Linda says:

    Buddy Read of Madam, Will You Talk with Diane Lynn Hj 3.5All the elements of a good Mary Stewart novel are here A strong female lead in Charity SelborneA child in danger in David ShelleyA man who may or may not be a villain and murderer in Richard ShelleyThrow in some Insta love and stir well We also get a potential wicked step mother, view spoiler and I could tell from the very first pages something was off about her Then when it was revealed she d lied about Richard dying to David I Buddy Read of Madam, Will You Talk with Diane Lynn Hj 3.5All the elements of a good Mary Stewart novel are here A strong female lead in Charity SelborneA child in danger in David ShelleyA man who may or may not be a villain and murderer in Richard ShelleyThrow in some Insta love and stir well We also get a potential wicked step mother, view spoiler and I could tell from the very first pages something was off about her Then when it was revealed she d lied about Richard dying to Dav...

  3. Sarah says:

    Having previously read The Ivy Tree, I wanted to readMary Stewart This book combines four into one and seems like a lot of Mary Stewart at once Of the four, Nine Coaches Waiting is my favorite, Followed by The Ivy Tree, Madam, Will You Talk and then, finally, The Moonspinners All are tales of suspense, with very romantic undertones and an old fashioned quality that I rather liked They are set in the 50s 60s so one has to accustom oneself t...

  4. Tweety says:

    The Moonspinners, 4 1 2 My opinion on The Moonspinners, Nine Coaches Waiting 5I love the suspense in this one Nine Coaches Waiting The Ivy Tree, 4Here are my thoughts on The Ivy Tree Madam Will You Talk 5I loved this one Here s my review of Madam, Will You Talk

  5. Helen Yeomans says:

    I enjoyed all Mary Stewart s early books, and some of her historical books She had a deceptively simple style that pulled you in and allowed her to work quite effectively on your emotions, while being light and literate and entertaining My favourite of all her books was always Madam Will You TalkIt was probably the first one I read and I loved the lazy sidekick and the small boy like her heroines I ve always had a soft spot for small boys and the car chase But all the books in this editi I enjoyed all Mary Stewart s early books, and some of her historical books She had a deceptively simple style that pulled you in and allowed her to work quite effectively on your emotions, while being light and literate and entertaining My favourite of all her books was always Madam Will You TalkIt was probably the first one I read and I loved the lazy sidekick and the small boy like her heroines I ve always had...

  6. K.A.M. Boham says:

    Such a fun anthology Mary Stewart s novels are among my favorite books, ones I pick up and read over and over Her stories are full of adventures happening to ordinary people and I can say to myself, that could happen to me and, of course, I would prevail by the strength of my wits from the safety of...

  7. Ashley says:

    i only read the moonspinners too busy to read all 4 books right now good but wayy different than the movie

  8. Anne says:

    Yup I m going to read them all again start to finish Ahhh summer

  9. Anita says:

    I reread her books frequently Good clean, intelligent fun.

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