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Pistols For Two Affairs of honour between bucks and blades, rakes and rascals and affairs of the heart between heirs and orphans, beauties and bachelors romance, intrigue, escapades and duels at dawn all the gallantry, villainy and elegance of the age that Georgette Heyer has so triumphantly made her own are exquisitely revived in these eleven stories of the RegencyGeorgette Heyer s historical accuracy and eye for a wonderful story of romance is unequalled, and in Pistols For Two we can see the skills which won her a devoted audience that continues to this dayStories in the book Pistols for twoA Clandestine AffairBath MissPink DominoA Husband for FannyTo Have the HonourNight at the InnThe DuelHazardSnowdriftFull Moon

10 thoughts on “Pistols For Two

  1. says:

    There is a shiny new collection of Georgette Heyer s short stories Isn t that a gorgeous cover But when I requested a review copy from Random House s NZ branch, the reply came back with unflattering speed would barely have hit their in tray that there were no review copies available for this book.In a way, this is appropriate as George

  2. says:

    This was the best book of short stories Georgette Heyer has the best way of pulling you in right from the beginning and letting you unwrap the characters one at a time Then you are allowed to see them as their story unfolds in a clear and usually funny well scripted manner This book was no different It was a joy to read from the first p

  3. says:

    So the thing about Georgette Heyer s romances is this I like them, but I have to space the fuckers out She s really only got like eight characters, and only two kinds of romantic heroes the scandalous rake, usually lots older than the heroine, and the rarer dandy , and her stories all seem to follow the same beats, so if I go straight fr

  4. says:

    Very Short Stories from Georgette HeyerThese stories were very short.They didn t make enough of an impression on me to be memorable or for me to wish to reread them as I do some of her novels that are my favorites.March 2017 Georgette Heyer group BOTM

  5. says:

    My 33rd Georgette Heyer Pistols for Two while Tom and Jack s courtship of the same girl started out on friendly terms, the situation quickly deteriorates and enters dangerous territory 3 stars A Clandestine Affair Miss Tresillian is shocked to discover that her niece has fallen in love with the nephew of her jilted ex fiance but when an e

  6. says:

    3.5 stars.Heyer has a small pot from which she collects her characters The humble, witty spinster with laughing eyes the naive, big eyed waif the sporty, devil take it Corinthian usually swarthy the handsome, hiding hidden depths Dandy, the young bucks and the prone to spasms, overwrought mother.Basically, Pistols for Two is a mix and match

  7. says:

    Whenever I need a Georgette Heyer fixs but don t have time for a full novel, I grab this delightful collection of short stories Of course GH is at her best when there is time to develop her characters and all the wonderful side plots, so a short story will never show her at her best But it is fun to see her toying with ideas and characters s

  8. says:

    A must read for any Georgette Heyer fan.

  9. says:

    Disclaimer Anyone but HER and this book would probably garner 3 stars A collection of short stories by Georgette Heyer.I found the titular story miserably boring It is the sole reason I haven t gotten to this volume before Once I passed it, the stories weren t so bad I enjoyed some, particularly Hazard. A widow makes an appearance in another o

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    Favourites as I m rereading 1st Nov 2015 The Duel loved it I do find it funny how the girl implores a stranger to convince a man not to kill her brother in a duel The best part is when the man gets hit Hazard oh yes haha humourous and adorable, a guy waking up hungover devilishly aware when he realises where he is that he s eloping when already

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