THE ROSEMARY TOUCH by Lois Wyse

THE ROSEMARY TOUCH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Boss Lady Rosemary, up from the copy-writing ranks, is in the process of partnering her very own ad agency powered from deep down by the Dream: ""Maybe. . . I am a female King Arthur, destined to preside over a Round Table of brave, reverent, creative people. . . ."" But managing staff and clients and the post-divorce blahs is fraught with dangerous, if exhilarating, pitfalls, and God knows, she misses ""Creative."" By the close she's merged happily on all fronts having early on totaled the reader. Awful.

Pub Date: July 5th, 1974
Publisher: Doubleday