5 edition of Little Dick the Smuggler and Other East Anglian Eccentrics (County Tales) found in the catalog.
Little Dick the Smuggler and Other East Anglian Eccentrics (County Tales)
Harold Mills West
Written in English
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Little Dick the Smuggler and Other East Anglian Eccentrics (County Tales) Jan 1, by harold-mills-west Paperback. Written by Harold Mills West and first published in under a different name ‘colourful Characters of East Anglia’. A 16 chapter page book about various eccentric East Anglian characters.
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Baxter. Little Dick the Smuggler and other East Anglian Eccentrics As the title says, this was a fun little book of short tales about some very strange peeps from East Anglia.
Unlike Great Tales of English History, these people were ordinary folks rather than royalty and famous names: a botanist, a miserly squire, a compulsive poet, and more.
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A collection of twenty eight stories and legends of East Anglian Tales. In this age of technical achievement there is, in many people, a yearning for something lost. These delightful stories from Harold Mills West evoke a strong sense of East Anglia's past, when a more uncomplicated way of life prevailed and the abundance of unspoiled.
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