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The Red Pavilion by Jean Chapman ISBN 13: 9780749902742

ISBN 10: 0749902744

Hardcover; London, United Kingdom: Piatkus Books, 1995; ISBN-13: 978-0749902742

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The Red Pavilion

by Chapman, Jean

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London: Piatkus Books, 1995. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. An exciting romantic novel set in post World War II Malaya at the time of the Communist insurgency. Liz Hammond is caught in a love triangle with a British army major and and ordinary soldier. The excitement is intensified when she discovers that her childhood sweetheart has joined the rebels. This book was shortlisted for the Parker Pen Romantic Novel of the Year Award. Weight 0.55 Kg. Postage within Malaysia is free As an ex-library book this copy has been well protected in a plastic wrapping. Library markings are minimal, limited to two stamps on one of the front pages. Otherwise all the pages of the novel are clear bright and unmarked. pp 311
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