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Driving Miss Smith: a memoir of Linda Smith

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She once described profits as "unpaid wages" and Tavistock as "a town devoted to the production of potpourri".
Issue 2077
Linda Smith
Linda Smith

She once described profits as “unpaid wages” and Tavistock as “a town devoted to the production of potpourri”.

There was nothing more comforting and amusing than to hear Linda Smith’s sharp political satire, understated style and keen observation.

In this superb biography, Warren Lakin gives us a sad reminder of what we all lost when Linda Smith tragically died last year.

Driving Miss Smith: A memoir of Linda Smith
by Warren Lakin
Hodder & Stoughton

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