KIPPY OF THE CAVENDISH by Flora Merrill

KIPPY OF THE CAVENDISH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Companion volume to the author's Flush of Wimpole Street and Broadway but distinctly different in treatment and approach. This is the story, actually, of Rosa Lewis of the Cavendish Hotel, London -- ""the queen of cooks"" as Mary Lawton dubbed her, and of her faithful and devoted companion, Kippy, a very human small Scottie -- and through them, of the glamorous gallery of the great and the near-great who passed the sacred portals. Very delightful reading, a gossipy, intimate sort of book, which those who know the Cavendish of old will want for their own. Sell to Anglophiles -- and to dog lovers and to snobs bitten with the travel bug.

Pub Date: Oct. 23rd, 1934
Publisher: McBride