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Book Description
One lovely summer afternoon a little boy was sitting on the edge of the cliff that skirts the old churchyard of Raxton-on-Sea. He was sitting on the grass close to the brink of the indentation cut by the water into the horse-shoe curve called by the fishermen Mousetrap Cove; sitting there as still as an image of a boy in stone, at the forbidden spot where the wooden fence proclaimed the crumbling ... More
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BindingPaperback (59 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages522
Publication Date12/27/2006
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About Theodore Watts-Dunton (Author) : Theodore Watts-Dunton is a published author. Some of the published credits of Theodore Watts-Dunton include Aylwin (1899).
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