IN A YEAR OF GRACE by Honor Tracy

IN A YEAR OF GRACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Miss Tracy, her Irish eyes still smiling, with another one of her nonsequential comedies about the Minister for Social Adjustment, a ""fretful"" alcoholic who spends much of his time being dried out only temporarily at St. Michael's; and his firmer wife Grainne; and his daughter Nuala who is accused of smuggling in contraband (the Pill) from Belfast; and her diffident lover, Dermot, a reporter for the Dublin Inquirer whose career becomes less and less promising as he's reduced to the Book Page, and assorted other not too local activities in a country where the grass is not always green. Thus, this is another kind of mood lightener, for that nonce.

Pub Date: June 4th, 1975
Publisher: Random House