The Fabulous Mrs V.
London: Michael Joseph, 1964.
A late collection of twelve stories. While the New Statesman and Spectator found nothing to praise, the Times Literary Supplement found that the collection "demonstrates that both his vigour and unique ability to evoke, visually, his settings and characters remain undiminished despite an enormous output."
New Statesman (March 13, 1964, p. 415, Robert Taubman, attached)
Spectator (March 13, 1964, p. 350, Norman Levine, attached)
Times Literary Supplement (March 12, 1964, p. 209, Julian Maclaren-Ross, attached)
Contains: And No Birds Sing, The Fabulous Mrs. V, A Couple of Fools, The Ginger-Lily Girl, Afternoon at the Chateau, A Party for the Girls, The Cat who Sang, The Trespasser, The Diamond Hair-Pin, A Dream of Fair Women, A Nice Friendly Atmosphere, The Lotus Land.
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