Until the Day She Dies into a radio serial.' She commissioned a specimen instalment and a synopsis, which he did not deliver until August 1957; the final episode was not delivered until February 1958. Bray was kind and patient, and a good friend to Julian, commissioning further work and advancing him money when he was most pressed." (PAB)" /> MACLAREN-ROSS, Julian. <I>Until the Day She Dies. A Tale of Terror.</I> London: Hamish Hamilton, 1960. 8°. Half title. Original orange cloth, the spine lettered in silver, dust-jacket (a few chips to head and foot of backstrip, lower wrapper lightly stained). FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, the front free endpaper inscribed, "For Barbara Bray, without whom this novel might not have been written. With very best wishes from J. Maclaren-Ross, 21.1.60. Publication date: Feb. 11th 1960." "Barbara Bray was the Script Editor at BBC Drama (Sound), whom Julian met in October 1956 'to discuss the possibility of turning <I>Until the Day She Dies</I> into a radio serial.' She commissioned a specimen instalment and a synopsis, which he did not deliver until August 1957; the final episode was not delivered until February 1958. Bray was kind and patient, and a good friend to Julian, commissioning further work and advancing him money when he was most pressed." (PAB) | Christie's