. . . bridge, exclusively here--the game columnist-expert Alfred Sheinwold's wife first learned in the kitchen with the staff, although it was a considerate partner who first gave her real ""instruction,"" not ""criticism."" If Mrs. Sheinwold's book is about anything, it's about playing people and getting along with partners. In between there are occasional hands which will be of value to the intermediate player. An occasional book, then, since Mrs. Sheinwold was a top player long before she ""sat South permanently in Alfred's column."" Its one besetting sin is that rising inflection of cuteness particularly in a game where a husband is rarely a Hubby.