Between 1928 and 1956 Molly Keane published eleven novels under the pseudonym M.J. Farrell. The best known of them were DEVOTED LADIES, FULL HOUSE and RISING TIDE all published by Collins. GOOD BEHAVIOUR marked a classic comeback in 1981 placing Molly Keane in the tradition of Jean Rhys, and was praised in Ireland's Sunday Independent as "worthy of a latter-day Jane Austen".
Reviews for Molly Keane:
"...never anything but a joy to read" - Spectator
"She writes with the clarity and wisdom of someone who can make sense of human foibles through all their stages from youth to old age" - Guardian
"No contemporary Irish novelist is so serenely accomplished, none so deceptively frivolous" - Irish Press
"Keane is the consummate observer - scrutinizing, not manipulating...Her images and language [are] both evocative and original" - Washington Post
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