Review By JAMES KELLY, 1961

"Mothers and Daughters" is .. an impressive outpouring of practically everything prolific (and protean) Evan Hunter knows about life, women, human institutions and the ways of the world as observed during the past two decades. With this outsize book, the author moves beyond his own highly regarded explorations of juvenile delinquency ("The Blackboard Jungle") and marital warfare ("Strangers When We Meet") to try an omnibus memoir of his time.''

Excellent condition. First Edition. 1961. Hardback with dustjacket . Published by Constable. 


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