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Listening Valley, STEVENSON, D.E. [Dorothy Emily]

Author Name    STEVENSON, D.E. [Dorothy Emily]

Title   Listening Valley

Binding   Hardcover; Ex-Library

Book Condition   Good in Good+ dust wrapper

Edition   Book Club Edition

Size   256 pages

Publisher   New York Holt Rinehart Winston c1943,1978

Seller ID   7314

An ex-library copy with pocket and expected stamps and markings. Book is cocked, ends bumped and worn, corners bumped and just revealing interior boards (flaws seen often in this edition). Page edges lightly soiled; interior pages clean, no loose pages . Dust wrapper lightly soiled, creased, and edgeworn with a few small chips and tears. A reading copy. ; Toni Melville, who retreats into her own "listening valley" to seek solace, is the absorbing subject of this very well-written novel. A companion book, not a sequel, to 'Celia's House' set in World War II England and Scotland, it can be read on its own. Tonia's story is utterly compelling and returns the reader to the enchanted Listening Valley (aka Ryddelton) in Scotland, along the way.; Image is actual copy on offer.

Fiction British Woman Author, Scotland Village Life, Novel World War II

Price = 12.75 USD


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