"Mackay's writing - adroit, intelligent, and evocative - is a joy."
-New York Times
"Inventive, insightful, and vigorously entertaining."
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A minor poet of the 1940's, Stanley, while working in a coal mine as a conscientious objector during the war, had seen brother Rex not only inherit the family estate, by rights his as the eldest, but marry Stanley's girl, Daphne.| Read Full Review of A Bowl of Cherries