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Secret of Grey Walls by Malcolm Saville

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Product description

The Fourth in the Lone Pine series.

All the Club join together in winter in Shropshire, for a sheep rustling tale set around Clun.
With a cast of three Mortons, not counting Mackie, two Warrenders, Peter, Tom and Jenny, they find it necessary to virtually take over a Bed and Breakfast hostelry in Clun, fortunately leaving enough space for the mysterious stranger.

A 1983 reissue, ex-library stock. There are library stamps on the front free end paper and publishing details page, otherwise the book is clean and unmarked with clear text and striking end papers in the form of a map of the Grey Walls Country. Although the glossy pictorial dust jacket is a little bumped and chipped, it remains colourful and attractive.

Item details

PLU:
0
Author(s):
Malcolm Saville
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
14.2 x 22.4 cms
Edition:
1983
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
178
Publisher:
Goodchild
Title:
Secret of Grey Walls

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The Fourth in the Lone Pine series.

All the Club join together in winter in Shropshire, for a sheep rustling tale set around Clun.
With a cast of three Mortons, not counting Mackie, two Warrenders, Peter, Tom and Jenny, they find it necessary to virtually take over a Bed and Breakfast hostelry in Clun, fortunately leaving enough space for the mysterious stranger.

A 1983 reissue, ex-library stock. There are library stamps on the front free end paper and publishing details page, otherwise the book is clean and unmarked with clear text and striking end papers in the form of a map of the Grey Walls Country. Although the glossy pictorial dust jacket is a little bumped and chipped, it remains colourful and attractive.

PLU:
0
Author(s):
Malcolm Saville
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
14.2 x 22.4 cms
Edition:
1983
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
178
Publisher:
Goodchild
Title:
Secret of Grey Walls

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