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Title deeds (signed).

£14.99

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London Doubleday 2006 1st edition, Hard cover. Book Condition:very good, black boards, gilt spine titles, mapped end papers, Dust jacket condition: very good with light creasing along all edges. SIGNED by the author on title page (signature only). 323 pp. Contains: Illustrations. Liza Campbell was the last child to be born at Cawdor Castle, the family seat of the Campbells, as featured in 'Macbeth'. This work tells the story of Liza's idyllic childhood. It is a contemporary fairy story that tells what it is like to grow up as a maiden in a castle where ancient curses and grisly past events were real.

Item details

Author(s):
Campbell, Liza.
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0385658001
ISBN-13:
9780385658003
Number of pages:
323
Publisher:
Doubleday

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London Doubleday 2006 1st edition, Hard cover. Book Condition:very good, black boards, gilt spine titles, mapped end papers, Dust jacket condition: very good with light creasing along all edges. SIGNED by the author on title page (signature only). 323 pp. Contains: Illustrations. Liza Campbell was the last child to be born at Cawdor Castle, the family seat of the Campbells, as featured in 'Macbeth'. This work tells the story of Liza's idyllic childhood. It is a contemporary fairy story that tells what it is like to grow up as a maiden in a castle where ancient curses and grisly past events were real.

Author(s):
Campbell, Liza.
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0385658001
ISBN-13:
9780385658003
Number of pages:
323
Publisher:
Doubleday

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