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London: Collins, 1944. Novel by the prolific Cumberland/East Anglian author. Green covers with green lettering on white spine panels, 192pp. Covers have bumping to extrems, but little wear. Page edges dusty and yellowed. Canadian YMCA stamp on front pastedown and upper hinge cracked but solid, otherwise internally clean and tight. No DJ. Ref:104397. First Edition. Cloth. VG/n/a. 13.5x20cm.
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