COVID-19 - Hope you are all alright lovely people, a book might help to pass the time.
We're going to be adding books daily throughout the next few weeks so please keep popping back!
Two Monica Edwards Novels.
Two Monica Edwards childrens Novels. Fire In The Punchbowl and Dolphin Summer. Childrens Book Club, 1965. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Book Club Edition. Clean, tightly bound hardback, no inscriptions, in an unclipped dustjacket. both books illustrated by Geoffrey Whittam.
O.A. Julian; Materia Medica Of New Homoeopathic Remedies.
Beaconsfield Publishers Ltd, Beaconsfield, Bucks1984. Paperback. Condition: Really good. 625 pages.
Belinda Rides to School; Mary Gervaise.
Hardback with jacket. Lutterworth Press, 1960. Condition: Very good.
Abridged Catalogue of Machine-Tools No 46; Albert Herbert Ltd, Coventry.
Alfred Herbert Ltd, Coventry,England c 1950's. Green cloth, illustrated, 284 pages. Condition; very good.
Fedw Villages; Raymond Howell.
Village Publishing, Gwent 1985. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 100 pages.
Margaret Becomes a Doctor; Joan Llewelyn Owens.
The Bodley Head 1958 Hardback with jacket. Has a library stamp. Condition: good.
Trustee from the Toolroom; Nevil Shute.
Hardback with jacket.The Book Club, 1960. Condition: Good. Shows some signs of wear, yellowing pages and may have some markings on the inside.
The South Wales Squires; Herbert M. Vaughan
Golden Grove, Carmarthen, 1988. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 250pp, illustrated, bound in black and white covers.
Perfect Morning Poetry by Myfanwy Haycock
'Myfanwy's lyricism awakes in me a strange and purposeful ecstasy; it is as if I have known her all my life, and know her still beyond mortality.' Alexander Cordell paperback collection of poems. Excellent, used condition.
The Dam Busters
Evans Brothers, 1952 reprint. The inspiring story of 617 Squadron's famous attack on the Ruhr, using Barnes Wallis' bouncing bomb to breach the Moehne and Eder Dams. 269 pages. Hard back, fragile dust cover, book in good condition.
Badminton instructional written c1935 by the All-England Champion. Very good condition. 1st ed.
George Flack is the Paris correspondent for an American scandal sheet called The Reverberator. Francie Dosson, a pretty but not always tactful American girl, confides to Flack some gossip about the Proberts, the Frenchified (but originally American) family of her fiancé, Gaston Probert. Predictably to everybody except Francie, the nasty gossip winds up in The Reverberator, much to the horror of the stuffy Proberts. Francie makes no attempt to hide her role in giving Flack the juicy details. Gaston is initially dismayed by his fiancée's indiscretions. But with the somewhat surprising support of his sister Suzanne, he decides to accept Francie, who never tries to shift the blame to Flack. Gaston stands up to the outraged members of his family and marries his fiancée. Used library book, hard back, good condition.