D. E. Stevenson

new editions

D. E. Stevenson (1892-1973) is the author of over 40 books

Long out of print, her books are avidly sought by discerning readers throughout the English-speaking world: readers who appreciate endearing characters, familiar yet intriguing situations, and darn good stories.
I am grateful for all my blessings; amongst them the Gift of Storytelling, which seems to please and amuse so many people all over the world.

DES to American friend Jewelene Epps Jones, November 1973

Exciting news!
August 2016.... DES has been commemorated by the city of Edinburgh,
with a plaque at her birthplace on Eglinton Crescent.

DES books back in print.
Click here for all the latest DES publications, both new and reissued.

Five Windows

New from Greyladies in 2016 - of one of DES's most intriguing and hard-to-find books.

David Kirke has five windows in his life.  We follow him as he makes his way in the world from his sheltered childhood in the Scottish Border hills to a tall grey house in Edinburgh, a dingy London boarding house and his own attic flat high above a Covent Garden bookshop.

US dealer - Anglophile Books

Near Neighbours by Molly Clavering

If you've read and reread all of DES's wonderful books, and are looking for something in a similar vein, be sure to check out Near Neighbours by Molly Clavering. Mrs. Clavering was D. E. Stevenson's long-time friend and neighbour in Moffat.

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