THE CORNER SHOP by Elizabeth Cadell

THE CORNER SHOP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This bird-brained, in fact peewee-witted, entertainment flits from a lonely ""hovel"" in Hampshire, England, where Mrs. Lucille Abbey goes to handle a Professor Hallam, and his job, to France, where she attempts to take charge of her aunt's corner shop. There is a small mystery of sorts, dealing with a stolen sea horse, and a small romance--that of the Professor and Mrs. Abbey. Elizabeth Cadell has devised more reasonable stories than this one, but, for a certain audience, it is one of those inconsequential essentials.

Pub Date: Jan. 18th, 1966
Publisher: Morrow