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Miss Buncle Married

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Product description

A sparkling comedy of life in an old-fashioned English county town. Amongst the assorted villagers of sleepy little Wandlebury, the peaceful hamlet in which she and her publisher-husband sought to escape the rigours of town popularity, Barbara Buncle manages to get into the oddest adventures--stumbling, quite unintentionally, into the affairs of the eccentric Lady Chevis Cobbe, unwittingly playing the matchmaker, and ever keeping an amused and watchful eye on her marvelous neighbors--her love for putting her fingers into other people's pies quite unsubdued.

Our book is undated but the original was published in 1936, the lack of a date suggests this may well be a first edition.

VG pages, some edge and D/J wear.

Item details

Author(s):
Stevenson, D.E.
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
248
Publisher:
Herbert Jenkins

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A sparkling comedy of life in an old-fashioned English county town. Amongst the assorted villagers of sleepy little Wandlebury, the peaceful hamlet in which she and her publisher-husband sought to escape the rigours of town popularity, Barbara Buncle manages to get into the oddest adventures--stumbling, quite unintentionally, into the affairs of the eccentric Lady Chevis Cobbe, unwittingly playing the matchmaker, and ever keeping an amused and watchful eye on her marvelous neighbors--her love for putting her fingers into other people's pies quite unsubdued.

Our book is undated but the original was published in 1936, the lack of a date suggests this may well be a first edition.

VG pages, some edge and D/J wear.

Author(s):
Stevenson, D.E.
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
248
Publisher:
Herbert Jenkins

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