March the Ninth.

R.C. Hutchinson.

Edité par Rinehart, New York, NY, 1957
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Very Good+ in Very Good DJ: The Book shows just a hint of shelving wear along the bottom edge and dust-dulling at the top edge; fifty-five pages in the middle of the text have been mildly bumped at the bottom corner; the shadow from a laid-in newspaper clipping at the rear endpapers; the binding is square and secure; the text is clean. The DJ shows a tiny, closed tear at the head of the backstrip; mild rubbing and considerable soiling; the price is unclipped; mylar-protected. Remains clean, sturdy, and quite presentable. A handsome copy. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 371pp. First Edition USA [1957]; First Printing indicated ["R"]. Hardback with DJ. Ray Coryton Hutchinson (1907 – 1975) was a best-selling British novelist. His 1975 novel Rising was short-listed for the Booker Prize. He was born in Finchley, Middlesex and educated at Monkton Combe School, near Bath. He received his BA at Oriel College, Oxford in 1927 and joined the advertising department at Colman's in Norwich. He married Margaret Owen Jones in April 1929. His first novel, Thou Hast a Devil, was published in 1930. It was followed by The Answering Glory (1932), and The Unforgotten Prisoner (1933), which sold 150,000 copies in the first month. Subsequent novels also sold very well and in 1935 he left Colman's to begin writing full-time. In March 1940 he joined the army, and in July was posted as captain in the 8th Battalion of the Buffs Regiment. He travelled widely during the war, while continuing to write. In October 1945, after preparing the official history of the Paiforce campaign, he was demobilised with the rank of Major. After the war he wrote many more successful novels, often recommended by book clubs. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in June 1962. He died before completing the last chapter of his novel, Rising (1975). It was published in September of the same year and short-listed for the Booker Prize in November. His published work comprises 17 novels (of which March the Ninth was his twelfth) and 28 short stories, as well as one play, Last Train South (1938). First Edition USA; First Printing indicated. N° de réf. du libraire 44183

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Titre : March the Ninth.

Éditeur : Rinehart, New York, NY

Date d'édition : 1957

Reliure : Hardcover

Etat de la jaquette : Dust Jacket Included

Edition : 1st Edition

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