ROAD TO CANOSSA

By: James Wood

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ROAD TO CANOSSA by James Wood
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Hutchinson of London - first edition ISBN:0091067804, 1971. Hardcover, 8" x 5¼", with dust jacket. Original bookseller's stamp to ffep. Jacket top has small creases. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Purple cloth-bound boards with white type to spine, and grey endpapers. In this book James Wood has produced a story which will be appreciated not only for its entertainment value but also for the validity of its controversial and highly contemporary theme. It tells of an embittered man who leaves Ulster to buy arms for the faction he favours in the struggle for supremacy in Ireland. His mission takes him straight into an unexpected and violent situation in which he has to question his own loyalties. A novel of action and excellent characterisation - consistently enjoyable and genuinely exciting.

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