THE PIMLICO PLOT by Mary McMullen

THE PIMLICO PLOT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

High-colored nonsense with occasional referrals to Irish unification--the only bombing involves a New York publisher--and endless garden-party small talk re the marriage of Maeve to Fen Vaughan, almost too sudden to survive Fen's jealousy, and the attempts of a former lover to put an end to it and to Maeve. ""Her tendrils were out, feeling the air""--it's all the silly embodiment of the nothing that's there.

Pub Date: Dec. 5th, 1975
Publisher: Doubleday