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Author Name    WEST, Rebecca

Title   Birds Fall Down

Binding   Hardcover; Book Club Edition

Book Condition   Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper

Publisher   New York Viking Press 1966

Seller ID   2451

435 pages; Friends of the library stamp on front free endpaper but not an ex-library book. Corners and spine head and tail lightly bumped. Pages clean and bright, no binding problems. Original pamphlet from the Book of the Month Club laid in. Dust wrapper is lightly edgeworn and chipped, with a closed tear along rear gutter.A nice reading copy.; The talented and literarily diverse author, Rebecca West, presents a rich, witty tale featuring a brilliant double agent, a beautiful and na´ve young woman, proud Tsarist and ex-aristocratic terrorist. The premise of this beguiling novel is founded on an historical event, a conversation on a train at the turn of the last century, which triggered the crumpling of the Russian revolutionary party.

British Woman Author Novel Espionage Tsarist Russia Spies Aristocracy

Price = 9.00 USD

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