MRS. ARRIS GOES TO MOSCOW by Paul Gallico

MRS. ARRIS GOES TO MOSCOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It's 'erself again, that 'eartwarming busybody Ada 'Arris, the char, who with her friend Mrs. Butterfield, ""Ladies Attendant,"" goes to Moscow to deliver a letter to Lisabeta of Package Tour Number 6A for the journalist who fell in love with her before he was booted out of ""Roosha."" Well, they have trouble with the loo paper, attract attention as spies, are converted into nobility (Lady Char) and manage to bring Lisabeta back live to England. . . . Package Tour # 4 for the old girl and aimed to please her featherduster following.

Pub Date: March 12th, 1975
Publisher: Delacorte