Nonfiction

MARCEL PROUST AND HIS CONTEXTS: A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ENGLISH-LANGUAGE SCHOLARSHIP (1981)
More than 1400 entries, including both biographical and general studies as well as a classified guide to Proust criticism.

‘The first comprehensive annotated bibliography of Proust’s life and work … designed to serve the needs of the scholar, teacher, student, and librarian, as well as the informed general reader’ BOOKDEALER

THE DIABETIC COOKBOOK (1981)
A compendium of recipes suitable not only for the diabetic member of the family but for all, based on the carefully calculated carbohydrate content of each dish. The message: A diabetic needs a thoroughly responsible committed cook who enjoys experimenting and is not a slave to habit.

‘Her introduction is informative, encouraging and clear … written by a woman surprised and delighted that suddenly having to care for a diabetic has not ruined her pleasure in cooking and eating’ Prue Leith, GUARDIAN

THE POTTED GARDEN (1980)
A garden for those who do not have one: what can be grown in pots, containers, windowboxes and pans, what soil and feed to use, dealing with pests, and achieving year-round colour and scent on a balcony.

‘A unique book … an alphabet of container-grown plants’ GARDENING WORLD

LONDON LIFELINES (1977)
A directory to provide Londoners with a list and description of the agencies that exist to serve their needs – legal, financial, emotional and purely practical – and to encourage Londoners to give what time they can afford to voluntary associations.

‘A complete directory, a mine of information on a very wide range of topics from accidents to unemployment, homelessness and where to get cash on Sundays, all relevant to improving the quality of living or securing rights’ WIMBLEDON NEWS

WISH YOU WERE HERE (1976)
Over two hundred ways to spend a holiday. Interest-orientated.

‘Seemingly comprehensive guide to over 200 different ways of spending a holiday with particular emphasis on “doing” something rather than just sun soaking’ TIME OUT