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by Victor Canning

eBook The Kingsford Mark ePub
Author: Victor Canning
Language: English
ISBN: 0434107883
ISBN13: 978-0434107889
Publisher: William Heinemann Ltd; 1st edition edition (October 13, 1975)
Pages: 224
Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 843
Formats: mbr lrf docx azw
ePub file: 1139 kb
Fb2 file: 1327 kb

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Canning's next book, Panther's Moon, was filmed as Spy Hunt, and from now on Canning was established as someone who could write a book a. .The Painted Tent (1974) (part 3 of the Smiler trilogy). The Kingsford Mark (1975). The Doomsday Carrier (1976).

The Painted Tent (1974) (part 3 of the Smiler trilogy). The Crimson Chalice (1976) (part 1 of the Arthurian trilogy).

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780330251761. Release Date:January 1977.

The Kingsford Mark (first published 1975) is a gentle, lovingly-painted description of the events occurring amongst the owner and guests of a Devon mansion

The Kingsford Mark (first published 1975) is a gentle, lovingly-painted description of the events occurring amongst the owner and guests of a Devon mansion. From detailed descriptions of the nature and countryside of this area – reminiscent of the observations of R. F. Delderfield – the book becomes rather darker as long hidden secrets surface and new relationships are formed. The novel culminates in a rather bleak concept of justice. The story can be enjoyed by readers of all ages.

1975) A novel by Victor Canning. Ex-Library With Large Library Stamp And Sticker On Front And Rear End Page, Small Closed Tear At Bottom Of Page. Letters In Pencil On Inside Of Front Board, Spine Bumped.

Heretofore I've only ever written about Victor Canning – a prolific British author who penned sixty-one books in total, mostly novels, many of them thrillers, but also children's books and non-fiction – in tangential fashion, largely in re.

Heretofore I've only ever written about Victor Canning – a prolific British author who penned sixty-one books in total, mostly novels, many of them thrillers, but also children's books and non-fiction – in tangential fashion, largely in relation to the recently departed Val Biro, who designed the wrappers for four of Canning's novels in the 1950s and '60s.

On a night of wild storms, two lonely creatures escape from captivity. The Crimson Chalice trilogy, first published between 1976 and 1978, is Victor Canning's classic retelling of the story of King Arthur. One of the creatures is a boy, Smiler, wrongly convicted of stealing, the other a cheetah, Yarra, leaving the Longleat Wild Life Park to have her cubs in privacy. Beginning with the story of his parents, Tia and Baradoc, Canning weaves elements of the Grail myth into a Fifth century setting; a Britain abandoned by the Romans, and gradually descending into tribal conflict.

The Kingsford Mark - Victor Canning. John Kingsford suits his home of Darlock House on Exmoor. He has retreated there following the tragic death of his wife and the loss of the easiest Parliamentary seat he could ever have wished for. Into his morose existence bursts Miss Grace Lindsay and her enigmatic nephew, Carlo Graber, a young man of means, habits and a fierce mind, who both take up residence in Darlock's spare wing.

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