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Lone Pine Five

£19.99

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Lone Pine Five
Malcolm Saville
John Goodchild Publishers, Wendover, 1984. First published in this revised edition 1984.
Hardback; 145 x 220 mm; dark blue/black boards with gold titles on spine; 169 pages; endpaper maps. Original clipped dust jacket.
The book itself is in very good condition. The binding is sound. But the dust jacket has a tear and a crease along its front at the join of the front flap, and there is some bumping and chipping. The contents are clean and unmarked.
Malcolm Saville (1901–1982) was an English author best known for the Lone Pine series of children's books, many of which are set in Shropshire. His work emphasises location; the books include many vivid descriptions of the English countryside, villages, and sometimes towns.
Lone Pine Five was originally published in 1949 and is the fifth in the series. Each of the Lone Pine Stories is complete in itself. The protagonists here are David Morton, Richard ("Dickie") Morton and Mary Morton (twins), Petronella ("Peter") Sterling, Tom Ingles and Jenny Harman. Here they investigate old Roman remains in Greystone Dingle, near Barton Beach.

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Author(s):
Malcolm Saville
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
145 x 220 mm
Edition:
1984
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0863910130
Number of pages:
169
Publisher:
John Goodchild Publishers
Title:
Lone Pine Five

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Lone Pine Five
Malcolm Saville
John Goodchild Publishers, Wendover, 1984. First published in this revised edition 1984.
Hardback; 145 x 220 mm; dark blue/black boards with gold titles on spine; 169 pages; endpaper maps. Original clipped dust jacket.
The book itself is in very good condition. The binding is sound. But the dust jacket has a tear and a crease along its front at the join of the front flap, and there is some bumping and chipping. The contents are clean and unmarked.
Malcolm Saville (1901–1982) was an English author best known for the Lone Pine series of children's books, many of which are set in Shropshire. His work emphasises location; the books include many vivid descriptions of the English countryside, villages, and sometimes towns.
Lone Pine Five was originally published in 1949 and is the fifth in the series. Each of the Lone Pine Stories is complete in itself. The protagonists here are David Morton, Richard ("Dickie") Morton and Mary Morton (twins), Petronella ("Peter") Sterling, Tom Ingles and Jenny Harman. Here they investigate old Roman remains in Greystone Dingle, near Barton Beach.

Author(s):
Malcolm Saville
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
145 x 220 mm
Edition:
1984
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0863910130
Number of pages:
169
Publisher:
John Goodchild Publishers
Title:
Lone Pine Five

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