My Every Main Blog Post about Daphne du Maurier

I fell in love with Daphne du Maurier at first read! When I read Rebecca in 2017, it immediately became one of my favourite books of all time. I then decided to read at least one book by her every year. I’ve also taken part in the Daphne du Maurier reading week (#DDMreadingweek), which is hosted by Ali, since 2019 and this year is no exception. It has started on Monday and ends next Sunday (it runs from 10 to 16 May). I’m currently reading Frenchman’s Creek, which I hope to finish soon (I plan to publish a review on Friday), and would also love to have time to read Don’t Look Now: Short Stories.

But I already have many other posts on my blog only about Daphne du Maurier and her work if you’re interested. So far, I’ve written seven reviews, an author spotlight and a post listing my favourite characters from her novels.



The Scapegoat

The Birds and Other Stories

The House on the Strand

Jamaica Inn

The King’s General

My Cousin Rachel



Other blog posts

Daphne du Maurier: A Queen of Atmospheric Novels

Favourite Characters by Daphne du Maurier


How many books by Daphne du Maurier have you read? Do you like her work? Tell me in the comments!


5 thoughts on “My Every Main Blog Post about Daphne du Maurier

  1. literarygitane says:

    I went through some of your wonderful reviews. Du Maurier is one of my favorite writers too. I have read and re- read many of her books: Rebecca, Jamaica Inn, My Cousin Rachel, The Frenchman’s Creek and many of her short story collections. It’s hard to pick a favorite. I am looking forward to reading some of her other works. I feel she was under appreciated as a writer during her time. It makes me very happy to meet other kindred spirits who are her fans.

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