Sorry to have been tardy in coming to your rescue; I've been beyond your circulatory system for a time.
In your April 19 issue, Brenda Maddox says in her review of Blanche Wiesen Cook's "Eleanor Roosevelt" that both Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd and Marguerite LeHand were at Warm Springs when F.D.R. died there in 1945. Miss LeHand died in 1944.
And, in your same April 19 issue, in the Paperbacks section, you first-name G. M. Fraser's Flashman as "Jack." When you did the review of this hardcover edition two or so years back you called Flashman both Henry and Harry in the same review. It's Harry. Sir Harry, as a matter of fact.
I've got to leave the country again for a few weeks. Try to hang on until I get back.
V.E. LUDWIG, TWENTYNINE PALMS