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A Simple Case of ILL-Will
A Simple Case of ILL-Will
Author: Evelyn Berckman
Miss Armina Clere never entered that little room on the first floor of the club without coveting it for herself. Going home at midnight was becoming more and more of a strain. Yet she knew that Phyllis Dalton, highly though she valued Armina's services as a bridge hostess, would never let her have the bedroom. — Phyliss' refusal accounted for the...  more »
ISBN: 364920
Publication Date: 2011
Pages: 183
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Publisher: Hamish Hamilton LTD
Book Type: Hardcover
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Very well-written! This is a crisp, vivid depiction of a slice of recent social history that has fallen away barely noticed. In the 1950s and 60s the game of Bridge was a social phenomenon,and a Bridge Club was a daily hub of visitation. The main character here is a woman fallen through the cracks of the social revolution, who is observant, a little acerbic, with a remnant of the old stiff-upper-lip character. Plenty of characterization and a neat suspenseful plot - lots to enjoy in this book!