Tomorrow's Corner.
Leonora Starr: [Dorothy Rivers Mackesy, wife of the mayor of Southwold, Suffolk]:

Tomorrow's Corner.

London: Herbert Jenkins, n.d. [1940s/1950s?] Reprint. 256pp. Ownership name to front free endpaper. Printed on two slighty different grades of paper, so that nearly half the pages have some occasional slight foxing, with spotting to the closed edges, and the rest are clean. In the original binding of orange cloth, titled in black, clean, bright and firm, spine slightly mottled. In the protected unclipped pictorial dust jacket, clean and bright, with a little light wear to the edges. 'Jay Stornaway is a delightful girl of to-day - brave, direct, unconventional but undeviating from her own high standards. Her story, presented in the true romantic tradition, is as much distinguished by its literary excellence and discerning characterisation as by its very human appeal.' Very Good in VG dust-jacket.
[Item ID: 19502100]


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