Published in 1915 by Hutchinson & Co.
Bound in dark green waxed canvas, title, authors name and publisher are found in gilt on the spine of the novel, title printed in black on the front board. Title page features red ink for the title, publishers name and simple embellishment. Found at the back of the book are a significant number of advertisements for other books by the publisher.
Meave is one of Dorothea Conyer's sporting novels. Meave and her husband move to England, where they upset the well-ordered ways of a big household, and bring an old man back to a love of sport.
Overall, in fair. Boards are in relatively good condition, noticeable shelf wear is visible on the spine and some bumping on the corners. loose, quite fragile, binding - the rear board is still attached to the binding but the binding is visible due to the back board having come unglued. Front end-papers are present but one of the back end-papers has been removed. Some foxing on the first two pages and end-papers, and three last pages and remaining end-paper. A sticker with the name of a previous owner is found on the first end-paper and a pencil mark on the second end-paper reading "3/6". Sunning on the edges of the book, this does not, however, make any change to the legibility of the pages. Unused postcard found inside of a painting of Ripon Cathedral. Pages are in clean condition.