The Old Man and Me - Elaine Dundy Reviews
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by - written on 25/09/11 (Useful, 39 readings)
This book was first published in the UK by Victor Gollancz Ltd in 1964, then in 2005 and reprinted in 2007 by Virago Press.It is the Virago edition that I have been reading in paperback format. I was first attracted to the book by its cover because it had something of a 1960`s look about it and I am a big fan of anything from the 1960`s. The cover is the work of Lisa Spindler. The story is set in the early years of the 1960`s when London had not yet become the famous place of the swinging years.The trendy people of early sixties London could be found in the Jazz clubs that were popular at the time.This story is so realistic that you can almost imagine ... Read the complete review
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