MISCHIEF is the quick-witted, farcical story of the calamitous marriage between Reggy--the middle-aged protective husband--and his impulsive and lovely young wife, Eleanor. The humor is delightfully British...a combination of 1920s bedroom farce and a tongue-in-cheek poke at the proprieties that govern "civilized" man.
"Think of Feydeau, of Keystone Comedies, of Wodehouse, perhaps faintly, of Saki and read MISCHIEF with delight. It is preposterous and hilarious." --Emily Kimbrough