All Non-Fiction


Jilly’s non-fiction work is rich in material, covering a wide range of topics. From a book in support of her charity work with The Imperial War Museum, to books about life in Putney and life in Gloucestershire, to children’s books about a mongrel called  Little Mabel, and a book about mongrels called Intelligent and Loyal.

She has also compiled two anthologies, The British in Love and Violets and Vinegar,

However, her most famous non-fiction work is Class which has gone into many editions.

Praise for Jilly

Disney+ launch date to be announced


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