Sun 27 December 2015, The Sunday Times

A surprise in the woodshed: two lost novels

By Richard Brooks
THE phrase “something nasty in the woodshed” — uttered by the appropriately named Aunt Ada Doom in Cold Comfort Farm — has entered the lexicon since it appeared in Stella Gibbons’s richly comic novel of rural life, published in 1932.
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