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Three Letters from the Andes.

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Three Letters from the Andes.

by FERMOR, Patrick Leigh

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John Murray, London., 1991. First edition. pp [x], 118. Map. Written at the time of a climbing trip in Peru made in 1971. Three black and white drawings by John Craxton.Signed by the author on the title-page. In addition, the publisher has made a presentation inscription on the verso of the half-title page: 'Dear John, Just a little ''thank you'' for helping with Penelope's wedding day. I thought you would like a signed copy of Patrick's latest book & of course it is published by the right firm! John. 8/11/91.''Tail of spine very slightly bumped. Fine in very near fine, price-clipped dustwrapper designed by John Craxton.


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Three Letters from the Andes.
FERMOR, Patrick Leigh
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John Murray, London.
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andes south america peru

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