What's Become of Waring

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Little, Brown and Company, 1963 - Nineteen thirties - 236 pages
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What happens when a noted travel-book writer is reported "dead", and the literary world of London is thrown into a tizzy at the news. A comedy of hidden identity.

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User Review  - Big_Bang_Gorilla - LibraryThing

In which a small publishing house in inter-war Britain is thrown into consternation when its most popular author dies unexpectedly at a young age. The thin plot is not really the heart of the book; it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Winterwade - Goodreads

Whilst perhaps not quite of the same calibre as the twelve novels of the Dance to the Music of Time sequence, Powell demonstrates his great talent here in crafting a thoroughly enjoyable tale. The truth about Waring and its ramifications make for a good twist. Read full review


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