Cork Street, Next To The Hatter's

London bookshop owner Cosmo Hines and his poet wife Dorothy Merlin preside over a raft of eccentric customers, including a literature professor who sets out to write a play, The Potted Shrimp, so overpoweringly loathsome that nobody could put it on.
Cork Street Next To The Hatter s London bookshop owner Cosmo Hines and his poet wife Dorothy Merlin preside over a raft of eccentric customers including a literature professor who sets out to write a play The Potted Shrimp so over

  • Title: Cork Street, Next To The Hatter's
  • Author: Pamela Hansford Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780333059029
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Cork Street, Next To The Hatter's”

    1. I'm afraid this one wasn't my cup of tea. I'm curious to know what Pamela Hansford Johnsons more serious books are like because some of the writing in this was very nice indeed but I'm afraid her comedy was forced and old fashioned. Lots of upper class characters lounging about being pleased with themselves and having "sophisticated" and "witty" conversations. The plot had promise but seemed under-cooked and drifted about aimlessly before finally giving up while certain plot threads started off [...]

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