It is dedicated to Juliet O'Hea
's agent) and to John Guest
At first Mullard was treated with medication, but after she collapsed and became irrational the doctor persuaded Renault to commit her to a private clinic. Mullard received seven electric shock treatments and was sent home...
's quest for a publisher for this book, her Queen of agents,Juliet O'Hea
, observed that perhaps it was a bit unusual for a children's story because of its foregrounding of family...
's London agent, Spencer Curtis Brown
, transferred her for this book to a younger colleague, Juliet O'Hea
. O'Hea proved to be very sensitive and sympathetic to MR
, and eventually became her...