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The Diary of a Freeman.

by 'Black Knight' (pseudonym of Lady Violet Munnings)

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Cassell and Co. London. 1953. First edition. Signed 'from the author - 'Black Knight'.. Hardback.. Colour & Black and White illustrations. VG-, without dust jacket (head of spine worn).


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