The book "Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf?" by Irene Coates was reviewed
in the Boston Globe. The review is available at:
The first paragraph of the review by Robin Dougherty:
Of all of the volumes written about the Bloomsbury Group, Irene
Coates's condemnation of Leonard Woolf may be the strangest. Coates,
an Australian editor and playwright, proposes that novelist Virginia
Woolf was killed by her husband, who not only drove her to fits of
self-destructive madness but also helped draft her suicide notes.