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Martin Booth
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The Iron Tree

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Published (first published May 2nd 1994)
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David
Aug 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I think it was pretty good, honestly. I got it at a bookcrossing spot,trading it for LeCarré's " The Russian House " - which,by the way, I didn't read,as the font size was ultra small - and it exceeded my expectations,I'll admit.
The watercolour drawings on the cover were what first amazed me.I guess that judging a book by it's cover came off well this time.
When I started reading it, I just wanted to improve my English vocabulary, and was expecta
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Martin Booth was a prolific British novelist and poet. He also worked as a teacher and screenwriter, and was the founder of the Sceptre Press.
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