HARD BACK – Fiction

Dark Fury – Helga Moray

Dark Fury – Helga Moray

Museum Press 1957 1st edition 3rd impression. vg book with vg unclipped dj Price includes UK Posting – For other postal rates to more distant locations please contact me.


Louise Heilgers – Rose and Grey

Rose and Grey – Louise Heilgers

1919 Herbert Jenkins hard back with a Dust Jacket Price includes UK Posting – For other postal rates to more distant locations please contact me. I will apply a discount for simultaneous purchases, If I remember.


Unseen Harbour by Frank Laskier

“The Famous Novel of the Sea”Frank Laskier was born 1912 and lived his early years in the suburbs of Liverpool. As a teenager, Frank was an avid reader of Conrad and Masefield and had a romantic view of the “call of the sea”. One day he decided to lie about his age and run away from home aboard a ship destined for Australia. Laskier worked on many ships in the merchant navy and it was his experiences during the Second World War that brought him to the attention of the BBC. Frank was asked to broadcast a number of talks on his life at sea during that dangerous time. These talks were a great success. The positive feedback from his radio talks lead to Laskier turning to writing. This book, first published in 1947, was his final work. This novel that is a fictional account of the merchant ship MV Francis Hall as it sails from England across the Atlantic. The story is set just after the horrors of the Second World War, when the traumatic memories of the perils of the sea during that time are still fresh in the memories of the crew. Stronach, the bosun, was expecting the voyage to be a smooth passage, bit it soon becomes a test of his mettle as a man and sailor. This is an undated copy published by W H Allen vg/vg unclipped dj With UK postage £7.50


Hands Off Bulldog Drummond – Gerard Fairlie following Sapper

Thriller Book Club Edition vg book in vg- dust jacket. Price includes UK Postage


Unseen Harbour by Frank Laskier – Hands off Bulldog Drummond by Gerard Fairlie

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