White Satin By Mrs Victor Rickard

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Mrs Victor Rickard (Jessie Louisa Rickard 1876–1963), was an Irish literary novelist. During her lifetime she became a versatile writer who produced over forty novels, many of which were highly popular. She used the pen name Mrs Victor Richard to avoid association with a young woman called Jessie Rickard, who was brutally murdered in an incident reported in the media as ‘The Cornish Tragedy’. Bound in black cloth with gilt titling to spine. No dustjacket. A little foxing and tanning throghout. Hardcover. Undated but estimated to be published by Jerrold’s London 1945

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