Busted Scotch: Selected Stories

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The books in this series have an Agatha... But his paintings typically have the colours of the English country and seaside - swirling greens and browns shot through with blue and white, the paint thick and energetically applied in big, open-air strokes. The Act of Union fuelled a rise in Irish nationalism and triggered a campaign for Catholic emancipation, led by Daniel O’Connell. By bidding on the telephone, accept responsibility for notifying you of the result of your bid. of their bids to avoid incurring unnecessary storage charges. premium plus any applicable VAT. suitable references before the auction.

Pages: 262

Publisher: W W Norton & Co Inc; First Edition edition (May 1997)

ISBN: 0393040720

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