WALK IN THE PARADISE GARDEN by Anne Maybury

WALK IN THE PARADISE GARDEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Walking in the ""gilded, fragrant"" or is it ""scented and half-silvered"" garden spot of the world affords one of those exterior-decorated eye-trips on a Greek island where Justine comes to spend a holiday with Louis whom she may or may not marry. And where she becomes involved with a writer, Matt, and the unsilenced death of his sister, and the too silenced presence of her daughter, speechless since the fatal accident. This is said to be Anne Maybury's best -- a precarious distinction sort of between gilded and half-silvered.

Pub Date: May 15th, 1972
Publisher: Random House