and Fishnet Tights' and 'Away with the Vicar'
'Don't eat the Cat' completes the trilogy in another 'easy-to-read, and hard-to-put-down' gem.
Margaret paints vivid pictures of childhood and adolescence in the 1940s and '50s recalling memories of rag rugs, ration books and eating rabbit.
She relates more humorous tales of life in a vicarage shared with long-suffering husband Michael, three children and a succssion of pets: a dog who ate the communion bread, a one-eyed hamster, a chipmunk who lived in the bathroom and a leg-biting 'damned parrot'.
And no - she didn't eat the cat!