Supper Time. London: W. Collins Sons and Co, (1934).
Fourth Printing. An uncommon Jazz Age themed novel. 'Gerald, a cavalry subaltern, and Dorothy, a beautiful, jazz mad, cocktail drinking girl, and her husband, Esme, an extravagant young city man. Mrs. Telford-Brown is preparing to divorce her husband on account of his affair with Lady Philbeach, and then proposes to marry Eric Tenant, a successful young playright. When you're a flapper is breakfast time, and when you're engaged is luncheon time, and when you're married and have children is dinner time, and with me it's after dinner'. Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket.
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