• Unsigned
  • Hardcover
  • UK First Edition, First Printing
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Released January 1, 1969

£25.00

Young Alexander Nairn's adventures in the Caribbean make a spectacular and original story. To describe it s a rattling good yarn restores the original value to the cliche, but also undervalues a remarkable book.

So let it be said, with surprise and delight, that the 18th century novel is alive and well, full of surprises and rewards for today's reader.

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Colin MacInnes

Colin Machines was an English novelist and journalist.

MacInnes served in the British Intelligence Corps during the Second World War, and worked in occupied Germany after the European armistice. These experiences resulted in the writing of his first novel, The the Victors the Spoils. Soon after his return to England, he worked for BBC Radio until he could earn a living from his writing

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