Word Of Honour By ‘Sapper’

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Most of the stories are set in Africa and involve various colonial shenanigans. Structurally, many of the stories are similar; someone is relating an incident that happened to them or a friend some time in the past to a group either on board ship or wanting in some other way to pass the time. So they are mostly told in the first person. Some of them have what could be a supernatural element to them, for example, The Message, while they nearly all have some sort of twist in the tail. In other words, ideal magazine stories

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Bound in red cloth with black titling to spine. No dust jacket. Book is inscribed in ink on the inside front cover by the original owner. Hardcover. Published by Hodder & Stoughton 1934. Weight 267g

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Weight 0.276 kg