A city of bells

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Coward-McCann, 1936 - Bookstores - 306 pages
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Jocelyn Irvin, a dispirited Boer War veteran, opens a bookshop in an English cathedral town and produces a play started by a former occupant.

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User Review  - maureene87 - LibraryThing

This is not clever. It’s beautiful and quiet and old-fashioned. I love this book. Jocelyn, Grandfather, Henrietta and Felicity are on my list of favorite characters and people I wish weren’t fictional. [May 2011] Read full review

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User Review  - lauranav - LibraryThing

This is a wonderful book. I had to learn that with Elizabeth Goudge, it is very much about the journey and the descriptions. There is a plot and action, but it is slow-paced and we get to enjoy the ... Read full review


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