The Wrong Envelope

Letters change lives. Love, jealousy, hope, hate - they all fit neatly into an envelope.


Having just missed fighting in the First World War, the young artist, Bernard Cavalier, is rather cavalier in his approach to life and women. Too distracted to paint, he coasts through life in London's high society until his agent packs him off to Devon to prepare for an exhibition. On the train down, Bernard spots Evie; the very next day he discovers that she is his new post lady...

A light, witty novel that uses humour and irony to explore the difficult position women found themselves in after the First World War.

'I was routing for the characters all the way through; with so many twists and turns you genuinely have no idea of the ending!' 


© 2020 Liz Treacher

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