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Cadfael Country Shropshire and the Welsh Border

£15.00

Product description

Macdonald & Co Limited, UK, 1990. Hard Back. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good Minus. 192 pages Hardback with blue cloth boards and silver titles to spine and silver monogram to lower right corner of front cover in very good condition. Dust jacket has some edge wear and bumping front right hand top corner and 2mm tear to top of spine. Slight sunning to spine and 2cm of front cover but titles are stil legible. Signed by the authors and Ellis Peters. Extensively illustrated with colour photographs throughout. Contains a section on visitor information, a select bibliography and an index. An introduction by Cadfael author, Ellis Peters. From Shrewsbury and the Stiperstones to the remote hills of Clun Forest, from Offa's Dyke to teh Devil's Chair, this book - based on the bestselling chronicles of Brother Cadfael is an enthralling pilgrimage through this wild and fascinating border county. Previous owners name and dedication to endpaper. By the Authors.

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Author(s):
Rob Talbot & Robin Whiteman
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0356181956

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Macdonald & Co Limited, UK, 1990. Hard Back. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good Minus. 192 pages Hardback with blue cloth boards and silver titles to spine and silver monogram to lower right corner of front cover in very good condition. Dust jacket has some edge wear and bumping front right hand top corner and 2mm tear to top of spine. Slight sunning to spine and 2cm of front cover but titles are stil legible. Signed by the authors and Ellis Peters. Extensively illustrated with colour photographs throughout. Contains a section on visitor information, a select bibliography and an index. An introduction by Cadfael author, Ellis Peters. From Shrewsbury and the Stiperstones to the remote hills of Clun Forest, from Offa's Dyke to teh Devil's Chair, this book - based on the bestselling chronicles of Brother Cadfael is an enthralling pilgrimage through this wild and fascinating border county. Previous owners name and dedication to endpaper. By the Authors.

Author(s):
Rob Talbot & Robin Whiteman
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0356181956

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