'The greatest Scottish novelist of modern times . . . She was
peerless, sparkling, inventive and intelligent - the creme de la
creme.' Ian Rankin One October evening five London couples gather
for a dinner party, enjoying 'the pheasant (flambe in cognac as it
is)' and waiting for the imminent arrival of the late-coming guest
Hilda Damien, who has been unavoidably detained due to the fact
that she is being murdered at this very moment. With an
introduction by Ian Rankin. Symposium is Muriel Spark - one of the
greatest writers of the twentieth century and author of classics
including The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie - at her wicked best. 'A
rich, heady, disturbing brew.' Lorna Sage 'Extremely clever and
highly entertaining.' Penelope Lively 'Stiletto-sharp fiction.'
Alan Taylor, Scotland on Sunday
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