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  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Very Good Condition
  • ISBN: 0950644706 / 9780950644707
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Suffolk Mills Group, Ipswich, Suffolk, 1978. First Edition. Softcover (Saddle-stapled). Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. The windmill has been a part of the Suffolk scene for almost 800 years and some of the earliest known English windmills were in Suffolk. The most famous example is 'Dean Herbert's Mill' at Haberdon, Bury St. Edmunds; Bennett and Elton, and other writers since, give an account of this episode, which took place in 1191. Briefly, Dean Herbert built a windmill for his own use: this caused Abbot Samson to order its demolition as he alone had the right to build mills. This was one of the shortest lived windmills ever! Another early reference, though not so reliable, is to a windmill standing at the time when Orford Castle was built in 1165. Many windmills were built during the middle ages and their descendants still stand at some sites. Other old sites have left an artificial or natural 'Mill Hill'. Several can be found in Suffolk, for example at Barnham, Metfield, Bac ... Read more

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My Man Sandy

Salmond J B

  • Edition: Sixth Edition
  • Book condition: Very Good
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Sands & Co, Edinburgh, 1919. Sixth Edition. Red Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket. black titles spine & front with decoration front; printed on grey paper; twenty sketches in the Angus dialect of Scotland originally written for newspaper publication; previous owner's name on front endpaper; a neat copy with slight bumping to corners; 145 pages. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Language & Linguistics; Scottish Stories; Angus Dialect; Short Storie; Scotland; Genealogy & Local History. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: SST00008. .

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Rider, London, 1994. Reprint. Paperback. Near Fine/N/A. written by a teacher , psychologist & renowned meditation master this book of gentle wisdom touches on themes rarely addressed in spiritual books, from compassion, addiction & psychological & emotional healing, to dealing with problems involving relationships & sexuality, to the creation of simplicity & balance in all facets of life. (I should be reading this, not selling it!) 352 pages. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Religion & Theology; Psychology; Theravada Buddhism; Insight Meditation; Psychology & Psychiatry. ISBN: 0712674306. ISBN/EAN: 9780712674300. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: EST00019. . 9780712674300

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Celtic Faery Shamanism

Catrin James

Capall Bann Publishing, Chieveley, Berkshire, 1998. First Edition. Softcover. As New/No Dust Jacket. Generations ago the veil between the world of men and the Otherworld was thin and visible to those with spiritual sight. Despite the interference of electricity and the narrow vision of the modern world, there are still those who can feel and experience the Otherworld and interact with the creatures of faery. Catrin James is one of these. Catrin shares with us experiences, stories and visualisations through which we too may glimpse and learn to experience this ever -present faery world. Publisher's catalogue/list at rear of book. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 194 pages. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Yellow titles spine & front. illustrated by b/w. drawings. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Magic, Paranormal & Occult; Fairies; Nature Spirits; Shamanism; Myths, Legends & Folklore. ISBN: 1861630255. ISBN/EAN: 9781861630254. Pictures of ... Read more

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  • Edition: First Thus
  • Book condition: Good Condition
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J.M. Dent and Sons Ltd, London, 1948. First Thus. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Everyman's Library No. 987; blind-stamped publisher's device to front cover; white on orange patterned end-papers; introduction by Frank Swinnerton; This dark comedy, seen as one of the masterpieces of James's final period, follows the trip of protagonist Lewis Lambert Strether to Europe in pursuit of Chad Newsome, his widowed fiancée's supposedly wayward son; he is to bring the young man back to the family business, but he encounters unexpected complications. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 370 pages. Fading to spine colour. Previous owner's signature inside front cover. Gilt titles spine. light wear to back edge & top of spine. Multiple copies available this title. red cloth. Quantity Available: 2. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Fiction; Novels; American Authors; Literature & Literary. Pictures of this item not already disp ... Read more

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  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Near Fine Condition
  • ISBN: 0571242448 / 9780571242443
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Faber, 2008. First Edition. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Near Fine Condition/Near Fine. black endpapers. When the notorious investigative journalist Rhoda Gradwyn booked into Mr Chandler- Powell's private clinic in Dorset for the removal of a disfiguring and long-standing facial scar, she had every prospect of a successful operation by a distinguished surgeon, a week's peaceful convalescence in one of Dorset's most beautiful manor houses and the beginning of a new life. She was never to leave Cheverell Manor alive. Dalgliesh and his team, called in to investigate the murder, and later a second death, are confronted with problems even more complicated than the question of innocence or guilt. A new detective novel by P. D. James is always keenly awaited and ‘The Private Patient’ will undoubtedly equal the success of her worldwide bestseller ‘The Lighthouse’. It displays the qualities which P. D. James's readers have come to expect: a masterly psychological and emotional ... Read more

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Faber & Faber, London, 1982. First Edition. Black Cloth. Fine/Near Fine. silver titles spine, a Cordelia Gray mystery, the price-intact purple D/J. has a diagonal crease across the front bottom right corner, the book is a clean neat copy, 384 pages. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Crime Fiction; Crime Fiction. ISBN: 0571119611. ISBN/EAN: 9780571119615. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: CRM00057. . 9780571119615

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  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Very Good Condition
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Methuen, London, 1939. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/Good. Illustrator: Cecil G. Trew. This is an experiment in writing general history through local examples, which should delight all East Anglians. The author, Miss Redstone, is a well-known authority on East Anglian customs, history and antiquities. The book. primarily written for children. or adults who know little of the history of the region, deals with the spiritual, mental and material development of the races who settled in an isolated district of England. and describes in simple language their final participation in the life of the nation to-day. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 157 pages. Dust Jacket intact with flaps, but has wear to spine ends and is brown with age. Dust Jacket un-clipped. Black titles spine & front. brown limp cloth covers; illustrated by35 b/w. drawings . Illustrator: Cecil G. Trew. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: History; East Anglia; England ... Read more

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Don't Cry Now

Hank (pseudonym of Stephen Frances) Janson

  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Very Good Condition
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Alexander Moring, Ltd, London, 1957. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. originally published in 1952 as "Sadie, Don't Cry Now". Cover Art after (or possibly by, but unsigned) Reginald Heade. Hank Janson is both a fictional character and a pseudonym created by the English author Stephen Daniel Frances who died in 1989. He was the most popular and successful of British pulp fiction authors of the 1940s and 1950s. Although he had never been in Chicago, or even America, his books were violent "pseudo-American" thrillers sold in paperback editions featuring erotic cover art, and it is estimated that some five million copies were sold by 1954. In the 1950s, the authorities attempted a crack-down on allegedly obscene pulp literature, targeting the Janson books among others. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 158 pages. spine very slightly cocked. Black titles spine. light wear to edges. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 gra ... Read more

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Flight from Fear

Hank (pseudonym of Stephen Frances) Janson

  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Near Fine Condition
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Alexander Moring, Ltd, London, 1958. First Edition. Softcover. Near Fine Condition/No Dust Jacket. Cover Art after (or possibly by, but unsigned) Reginald Heade. Hank Janson is both a fictional character and a pseudonym created by the English author Stephen Daniel Frances who died in 1989. He was the most popular and successful of British pulp fiction authors of the 1940s and 1950s. Although he had never been in Chicago, or even America, his books were violent "pseudo-American" thrillers sold in paperback editions featuring erotic cover art, and it is estimated that some five million copies were sold by 1954. In the 1950s, the authorities attempted a crack-down on allegedly obscene pulp literature, targeting the Janson books among others. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 159 pages. Small cross in circle written in ink inside front cover & letter 'P' on front cover. Black titles spine. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: Crime Fi ... Read more

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Tension

Hank (pseudonym of Stephen Frances) Janson

  • Edition: Second Impression
  • Book condition: Near Fine Condition
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Alexander Moring, Ltd, London, 1957. Second Impression. Softcover. Near Fine Condition/No Dust Jacket. Cover Art after (or possibly by, but unsigned) Reginald Heade. Hank Janson is both a fictional character and a pseudonym created by the English author Stephen Daniel Frances who died in 1989. He was the most popular and successful of British pulp fiction authors of the 1940s and 1950s. Although he had never been in Chicago, or even America, his books were violent "pseudo-American" thrillers sold in paperback editions featuring erotic cover art, and it is estimated that some five million copies were sold by 1954. In the 1950s, the authorities attempted a crack-down on allegedly obscene pulp literature, targeting the Janson books among others. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 158 pages. Black titles spine. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: Crime Fiction; Crime Fiction. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request ... Read more

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Revolt

Hank (pseudonym of Stephen Frances) Janson

  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Very Good Condition
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Alexander Moring, Ltd, London, 1957. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Cover Art after (or possibly by, but unsigned) Reginald Heade. Hank Janson is both a fictional character and a pseudonym created by the English author Stephen Daniel Frances who died in 1989. He was the most popular and successful of British pulp fiction authors of the 1940s and 1950s. Although he had never been in Chicago, or even America, his books were violent "pseudo-American" thrillers sold in paperback editions featuring erotic cover art, and it is estimated that some five million copies were sold by 1954. In the 1950s, the authorities attempted a crack-down on allegedly obscene pulp literature, targeting the Janson books among others. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 159 pages. Black titles spine. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: Crime Fiction; Crime Fiction. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. In ... Read more

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Sugar and Vice

Hank (pseudonym of Stephen Frances) Janson

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  • Book condition: Good Condition
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Alexander Moring, Ltd, London, 1958. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Cover Art after (or possibly by, but unsigned) Reginald Heade. Hank Janson is both a fictional character and a pseudonym created by the English author Stephen Daniel Frances who died in 1989. He was the most popular and successful of British pulp fiction authors of the 1940s and 1950s. Although he had never been in Chicago, or even America, his books were violent "pseudo-American" thrillers sold in paperback editions featuring erotic cover art, and it is estimated that some five million copies were sold by 1954. In the 1950s, the authorities attempted a crack-down on allegedly obscene pulp literature, targeting the Janson books among others. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 160 pages. . Black titles spine. light wear to edges. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: Crime Fiction; Crime Fiction. Pictures of this item not already displayed here availab ... Read more

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Hell's Angel

Hank (pseudonym of Stephen Frances) Janson

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  • Book condition: Fair Condition
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Alexander Moring, Ltd, London, 1956. First Edition. Softcover. Fair Condition/No Dust Jacket. Cover Art after (or possibly by, but unsigned) Reginald Heade. Hank Janson is both a fictional character and a pseudonym created by the English author Stephen Daniel Frances who died in 1989. He was the most popular and successful of British pulp fiction authors of the 1940s and 1950s. Although he had never been in Chicago, or even America, his books were violent "pseudo-American" thrillers sold in paperback editions featuring erotic cover art, and it is estimated that some five million copies were sold by 1954. In the 1950s, the authorities attempted a crack-down on allegedly obscene pulp literature, targeting the Janson books among others. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 159 pages. Rear cover slightly grubby. . Black titles spine. some bumping & damage to outer edge of front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: Crime Fiction; Crime Fi ... Read more

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Whiplash

Hank (pseudonym of Stephen Frances) Janson

  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Fair Condition
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Alexander Moring, Ltd, London, 1956. First Edition. Softcover. Fair Condition/No Dust Jacket. Cover Art after (or possibly by, but unsigned) Reginald Heade. Hank Janson is both a fictional character and a pseudonym created by the English author Stephen Daniel Frances who died in 1989. He was the most popular and successful of British pulp fiction authors of the 1940s and 1950s. Although he had never been in Chicago, or even America, his books were violent "pseudo-American" thrillers sold in paperback editions featuring erotic cover art, and it is estimated that some five million copies were sold by 1954. In the 1950s, the authorities attempted a crack-down on allegedly obscene pulp literature, targeting the Janson books among others. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 159 pages. Covers slightly grubby. Spine browned with age. Small 'x' written in ink on front cover. Black titles spine. small piece missing from bottom outer corner of pre-title page. Quantity Avail ... Read more

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The Amorous Captive: Volume Two

Hank (pseudonym of Stephen Frances) Janson

  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Good Condition
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Alexander Moring, Ltd, London, 1958. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Cover Art after (or possibly by, but unsigned) Reginald Heade. Hank Janson is both a fictional character and a pseudonym created by the English author Stephen Daniel Frances who died in 1989. He was the most popular and successful of British pulp fiction authors of the 1940s and 1950s. Although he had never been in Chicago, or even America, his books were violent "pseudo-American" thrillers sold in paperback editions featuring erotic cover art, and it is estimated that some five million copies were sold by 1954. In the 1950s, the authorities attempted a crack-down on allegedly obscene pulp literature, targeting the Janson books among others. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 160 pages. Black titles spine. light wear to edges. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: Fiction; Historical Novels; Fiction. Pictures of this item not already displayed here ava ... Read more

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Too Soon To Die

Hank (pseudonym of Stephen Frances) Janson

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  • Book condition: Fair Condition
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Alexander Moring, Ltd, London, 1958. First Edition. Softcover. Fair Condition/No Dust Jacket. originally published in 1951 as "This Dame Dies Soon". Cover Art after (or possibly by, but unsigned) Reginald Heade. Hank Janson is both a fictional character and a pseudonym created by the English author Stephen Daniel Frances who died in 1989. He was the most popular and successful of British pulp fiction authors of the 1940s and 1950s. Although he had never been in Chicago, or even America, his books were violent "pseudo-American" thrillers sold in paperback editions featuring erotic cover art, and it is estimated that some five million copies were sold by 1954. In the 1950s, the authorities attempted a crack-down on allegedly obscene pulp literature, targeting the Janson books among others. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 158 pages. Some wear to top & bottom of spine. Letter 'L' written in ink inside front cover. Black titles spine. Some wear to edge ... Read more

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  • Edition: Second Impression
  • Book condition: Good
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Benn, London, 1969. Second Impression. Orange Cloth. Good/No Jacket. Illustrator: Jansson, Tove. white titles front & spine plus on front, also in white, a seated Toffle looking very sad, inside cover an ink gift inscription to previous owner with an underlined instruction - "do not give away" (oh dear!), on the back inside cover a few ink drawings inspired by Tove but by the hand of a small child & a few small stains on endpapers but no defacement of text or illustrations, a sound copy other than minor bumps to corners of this scarce edition. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Illustrator: Jansson, Tove. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Children; Children. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: CHD00051. .

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  • Edition: Reprint
  • Book condition: Poor
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Le Bailly Libraire, Paris, No date. Reprint. Paperback. Poor/N/A. undated but possibly circa 1920 a copy in paperback (facsimile?) of this scarce French cookery book first published in 1861; illustrated by b/w. drawings; French text; covering urban and rural French cooking it contains a fold-out pictorial page (showing essential tips to lay a table, plus pictures of game, fruits, fish, the butcher's shop, a wine cellar & kitchen) articles on dissection of meat, newer processes to kitchen simplified and economical, the manner of trussing poultry and game, pastry, pantry, service table with indication menu of a meal, care to give the cellar and wine, meat preservation the best kitchen appliances, etc. artticles on beef, veal, lamb classification of their various parts, indispensable guide to everyone; ( La grande et ve?ritable cuisinie?re bourgeoise, ou le cordon bleu des villes et des campagnes : contenant des conseils indispensables pour faire les honneurs d'une table, l'art de de?couper, ... Read more

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Oleander Press, Cambridge, 1977. First Edition. Softcover (Saddle-stapled). As New/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Peter Jeevar. Front Cover illustration shows the restored 17th-century dovecot at Haslingfield, southwest of Cambridge; Rear Cover illustration is of the 18th-century dovecot at Boughton Lodge Farm, Diddington, northwest of Cambridge. Pevsner's standard manual on the buildings of Cambridgeshire omits all mention of the county's dovecots, while Cooke's scarce 'Book of Dovecots' (1920) omits all mention of Cambridgeshire. Neatly filling this gap. the present study is a systematic record of seventy-nine surviving dovehouses throughout Cambridgeshire, together with a melancholy preface listing others recently demolished. Peter Jeevar has specialised in detailed historic drawings of rural Cambridgeshire, with particular reference to dovecots, mills, barns and churches. This book is the result of visits to all known dovecots in the county, here recorded in pencil drawings, photo ... Read more

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