Treasure at Amory's (with Signed Letter)
also includes Malcolm Saville's signed newsletter, a Lone Pine badge, and associated bumpf.
First thus, hardback in dustwrapper. 19 × 12.5cm, 192pp, with map endpapers of the Isle of Oxney.
This copy comes with 1. a handwritten letter from Malcolm Saville, on Lone Pine letterheaded paper from his cottage in Winchelsea, 2. A signed (but in poor condition) Newsletter from Malcolm Saville (No 14, Autumn 1976—Winter 1977), 3. paper ephemera about Malcolm Saville and ordering his books etc, 4. a Lone Pine badge (2.5cm diameter).
The fifteenth book in the Lone Pine series. Set on the Isle of Oxney close to Rye and Romney Marsh, the Lone Piners help a retired Major open his house, Amorys, for guests. Adventures follow quickly when Roman remains are unearthed locally...
The book is in very good condition for age, with a little folding over at the corners towards the end of the book. The dustwrapper is in good order but faded to the spine (this is now within a protective sleeve). The handwritten letter has been folded and is creased but the writing and signature is clear. The newsletter is poor—nearly in separate parts, with the last section detached and sent back, but again Malcolm Saville's signature is clear. The badge is in good condition. The associated Malcolm Saville bumpf is all creased and dog-eared but might be interesting...
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