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 Von Abele, Rudolph,, THE PARTY.
Von Abele, Rudolph,
THE PARTY.
Cresset Press, London, 1963, 1st edn., 418pp, dark green cloth with red title panel at spine lettered and bordered in gilt, pictorial montage dustwrapper by Val Biro, lightly rubbed at extrems., edges tanned, ink name front free endpaper, dustwrapper: a little rubbed with remains of label upper cnr., spine sl. sunned, light soiling lower panel, very good plus in a very good dustwrapper,
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Book number: 37776
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950)

 Archer, Fred,, A LAD OF EVESHAM VALE.
Archer, Fred,
A LAD OF EVESHAM VALE.
Coronet, London, 1974, 2nd imp., paperback, 160pp, 8pp half tone photo ills., pictorial upper wrapper (unattrib.), a portrayal of life in the villages of the Vale of Evesham after WW1, lightly rubbed at tips, spine a little sunned, faint crease upper hinge, pages lightly tanned, very good plus,
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Book number: 43408
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950) countryside

 Baker, Kathleen,, A FAMILY AT WAR.
Baker, Kathleen,
A FAMILY AT WAR.
Mayflower, London, 1972, 5th imp., paperback, 157pp, [iii] ads., tv tie-in, photo pictorial wrappers based on the Granada TV series created by John Finch, sl. slant to spine, lightly rubbed at tips, edges tanned, very good plus,
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Book number: 33869
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Keywords: fiction war

 Bell, Neil [aka. Stephen Southwold],, THE GOVERNESS AT ASHBURTON HALL.
Bell, Neil [aka. Stephen Southwold],
THE GOVERNESS AT ASHBURTON HALL.
Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1948, 1st edn., 288pp, black cloth lettered in silver at spine, decorated lettered dustwrapper by 'Lower', the story of a governess at a Devon country house at the end of 19th century, edges tanned and lightly foxed, 4 line ink inscr. front pastedown, dustwrapper: lightly rubbed at extrems., sl. sunning to spine, very good plus in a very good dustwrapper,
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Book number: 37051
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Keywords: period fiction

 Benson, E. F.,, LUCIA'S PROGRESS.
Benson, E. F.,
LUCIA'S PROGRESS.
Black Swan, London, 1984, reprint, trade paperback, 268pp, [iv] ads., tv tie-in, coloured pictorial upper wrapper, lower wrapper shows Geraldine McEwan and Prunella Scales in a still from the LWT series 'Mapp & Lucia' for Channel 4, the fifth novel in the Lucia series, spine lightly creased, a little rubbed at extrems., edges tanned, very good,
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Book number: 38920
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950) lucia

 Benson, E. F.,, TROUBLE FOR LUCIA.
Benson, E. F.,
TROUBLE FOR LUCIA.
Black Swan, London, 1984, 1st in imprint, trade paperback, 256pp, coloured pictorial upper wrapper by Lynda Reiss, the sixth and last of the 'Mapp & Lucia' novels, sl. slant to lightly creased spine, a little rubbed at extrems., some leaves misaligned, binding fragile, reading copy,
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Book number: 38921
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950) lucia

 Bloomfield, Paul,, QUITE CONTRAIRY.
Bloomfield, Paul,
QUITE CONTRAIRY.
John Lane / Bodley Head, London, 1930, 1st edn., [viii], 119pp, decorated title, orange cloth lettered in gilt at spine and upper board, ruled in black upper and lower boards, upper edge coloured, fore- and lower edges uncut, dustwrapper lettered in black with pictorial vignette upper panel, light foxing to uncut edges, faint foxing to endpapers, prelims. and final pages, some light and mainly marginal foxing in text, dustwrapper: rubbed with some loss at spine ends and cnrs., thinning at folds, short tears at folds and edges, small chip lower panel, light overall soiling and foxing, very good in a good dustwrapper,
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Book number: 38516
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950)

 Bragg, Melvyn,, THE SOLDIER'S RETURN.
Bragg, Melvyn,
THE SOLDIER'S RETURN.
Sceptre, London, ND, reprint, trade paperback, [vi], 375pp, photo pictorial montage wrappers, edges tanned, very good plus,
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Book number: 36480
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 Bragg, Melvyn,, THE SOLDIER'S RETURN.
Bragg, Melvyn,
THE SOLDIER'S RETURN.
Sceptre, London, copyright 1999, 14th imp., trade paperback, [vi], 375pp, photo pictorial wrappers, light diag. crease upper cnr. lower wrapper, edges tanned, very good plus,
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Book number: 43887
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950)

 Burton, Betty,, GOODBYE PICCADILLY.
Burton, Betty,
GOODBYE PICCADILLY.
HarperCollins, London, 1991, 1st edn., 311pp, light grey cloth lettered in gilt at spine, pictorial dustwrapper by David Dowland, lightly rubbed at tips, edges tanned, dustwrapper: price clipped, very good plus in a very good plus dustwrapper,
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Book number: 37081
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Keywords: general fiction

 Cary, Joyce,, PRISONER OF GRACE.
Cary, Joyce,
PRISONER OF GRACE.
Michael Joseph, London, 1952, 1st edn., 398pp, maroon cloth lettered in gilt at spine, coloured decorated dustwrapper by Freda Nichols, sl. cocked, cloth sl frayed at tips, edges dusty and tanned, misfold to final endpapers, dustwrapper: rubbed with loss at spine ends and cnrs., several short closed tears at edges, good in a good dustwrapper,
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Book number: 34958
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950)

 Comfort, Alex,, THE ALMOND TREE - A Legend.
Comfort, Alex,
THE ALMOND TREE - A Legend.
Chapman and Hall, London, 1942, 1st edn., 208pp, light brown cloth lettered in black at spine, pictorial dustwrapper by M. Levetus, the Almond Tree stands in the courtyard of a German farmhouse which has been occupied by three genertions of Polish exiles and represents the inevitable and the unattainable, described as one of the most imaginative pieces of fiction the war has produced, a poet's novel, at once realistic and symbolic, an allegory and a romance, lightly bumped at tips, upper edge dusty, edges tanned and foxed, dustwrapper: price clipped, a little rubbed at extrems., spine darkened, light overall foxing, very good in a very good dustwrapper,
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Book number: 38524
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950)

 Comfort, Alex,, THE POWER HOUSE.
Comfort, Alex,
THE POWER HOUSE.
George Routledge, London, 1944, 1st edn., [vi], 322pp, black cloth lettered in very light blue at spine, coloured pictorial dustwrapper, the publisher describes the author as the voice of a new generation, with a novel of vivid characterization, violent action and lyrical intensity set against a background of the war in occupied France, lightly rubbed at tips, edges tanned and faintly foxed, dustwrapper: a little rubbed with sl. loss at spine ends and cnrs., very good in a good plus dustwrapper,
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Book number: 38525
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950)

 Cordell, Alexander,, RACE OF THE TIGER.
Cordell, Alexander,
RACE OF THE TIGER.
Pan Books, London, 1965, 1st in imprint, paperback, 352pp, M103, pictorial wrappers, 'a red blooded Irish-American saga', sl. slant to spsine, lightly rubbed at tips, faint creasing to wrappers, edges tanned, very good,
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Book number: 43890
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Keywords: period fiction

 Deforges, Regine (trans. from the French by Ros Schwartz,),, THE BLUE BICYCLE.
Deforges, Regine (trans. from the French by Ros Schwartz,),
THE BLUE BICYCLE.
W. H. Allen, London, 1985, 1st edn. in English, 384pp, dark blue cloth lettered in gilt at spine, pictorial dustwrapper (unattrib.), a saga of love and growing up in WW2 France, sl. cocked, dustwrapper: unpriced, lightly rubbed at tips, very good plus in a very good plus dustwrapper,
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Book number: 37139
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950)

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