This is my third book in the Bloomsbury Group series. The first being Miss Hargreaves and the second Mrs Tim of the Regiment. Henrietta's war is a series of letters written by Henrietta who is a doctor's wife. ( It is not one of those doctor books like AJ Cronin or James Heriott) She writes about her village and the invasion ( or what they see as an invasion ) of Londoners who turn up their noses at the villagers and how they cope with the war. There is a underlying tone of sadness that her children are away from her but oh boy, it is a good book. It chronicles the daily doings in the village with a generous helping of light hearted humour in the shape of Lady B. ( And Hitler gets a mention every once in a while too) Borders seems to be the only decent bookstore in town which has most of the books in this series.