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The Hiding Place

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Hardcover, 218 pages
Published 1963 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston
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Jun 01, 2008 Saviour rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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I rescued a gorgeous Book Club edition of this book from a rain-soaked pile left outside a junk shop in Eastbourne, Southern England. The cover is by Rosemary Hird and has the right colours and brushstrokes that transport a reader my age instantly back to childhood.

Having had the book on my shelf for years, I decided to read it. It was one of those moments when the book you have just finished is so good, you feel that nothing but nothing that you attempt next will measure up, so you might as wel
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Jane Langford aka Winifred Langford Mantle or Winifred Mantle was an English writer of romantic novels and juvenile fiction.

Mantle used this name for a number of early novels taking it from her middle name (also that of her father). A later adopted name was Frances Lang, from the same source while further occasional names were Jan Blaine and Anne Fellowes, the latter based on her mother's maiden n
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