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A Bookseller's War
The wartime letters between Heywood Hill, who had opened his bookshop in Curzon Street in 1936, and his wife Anne. He was suddenly called up in December 1942, and Anne, already four months pregnant, was left to cope, much helped by Nancy Mitford. The book is edited by Anne's nephew Jonathan Gathorne-Hardy.
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published 1997 by Michael Russell
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