From Woman's Weekly Author of the Month - No III (IPC Magazines, 1972) Iris Bromige has been high on the list of our favourite authors for many years; ever since, in fact, "Marchwood" appeared in Woman and Home (Woman's Weekly's sister magazine) in 1949. In reprinting this charming story now, we are answering requests from many readers who remember it with affection. Mrs. Bromige lives in Surrey, in a house she and her husband chose for the challenge of its two-acre garden. They are both enthusiastic and knowledgeable gardeners and do most the work themselves. They have created a superb rose garden, and a formal garden out of an old tennis court, and cultivate, appropriately enough, many rare irises. Iris Bromige likes to write about the things she knows best, and her other great interests - walking, reading, listening to opera and classical music - are often reflected in her novels.
Used availability for Iris Bromige's Golden Summer
January 1987 : UK Hardback
March 1972 : UK Hardback
July 1977 : UK Paperback
February 1973 : USA Mass Market Paperback
December 2000 : UK Audio Cassette
November 2000 : UK Audio CD