Elizabeth Cadell's customary dependability as a writer of lightweight fiction is not evident here. This time she has...

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COME BE MY GUEST

Elizabeth Cadell's customary dependability as a writer of lightweight fiction is not evident here. This time she has strained the credulity of even the most naive reader. The Channing family seems slightly outmoded- or do girls today droop and sigh? As for the confidence game played by the glamorous Portuguese Baronesa, who traps the unaware, travelers, with what seems to be a bona fide invitation to ""be my guest"", and then springs a stupendous bill for services rendered, well it seems impossible in any community as well known as Sintra. Harmless- but a disappointment.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1963