"Too talky by half, and the pensive, sometimes gloomy atmosphere, though well suited to the San Francisco fog, won't appeal to readers in need of cheering up. Still, Schneider spins a good yarn—and he knows his Mendelsohn."
It's 1962. The world is about to change, and Inez Roseman can't wait for it to do so—or to check out of its travails.
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