Redshank's Warning (Armada Reprint Edition)

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Leonard Malcolm Saville was an English author best known for the Lone Pine series of children s books, many of which are set in Shropshire His work emphasises location the books include many vivid descriptions of English countryside, villages and sometimes towns.

[[ Epub ]] ➝ Redshank's Warning (Armada Reprint Edition) Author Malcolm Saville –
  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Redshank's Warning (Armada Reprint Edition)
  • Malcolm Saville
  • 07 August 2018
  • 9780006903109

10 thoughts on “Redshank's Warning (Armada Reprint Edition)

  1. says:

    Another one from the Books to go shelf Unusually for MS, the location doesn t come across particularly strongly usually, the dastardly plot is a bit rubbish, and the characters are downright irritating JD, the Jillies dad, takes his children to Norfolk in an unreliable car without ensuring that they will have accommodation once they arrive His eldest daughter Mandy is petulant, bossy, and generally far too big for her boots Strong willed is the kindest way of putting it I quite like Prue and Tim, and Guy and Mark Standing, but JD and Mandy are the two who put me off the Jillies books.But this was a different age perhaps Mandy s behaviour was considered attractive at the time, who knows You can tell it s a different age because when, near the start, they are all going out for a meal, Mandy requests they go to a restaurant that serves that wholly exotic dish, spaghetti.The dastardly plot is the theft and smuggling of valuable pictures, using a local church as a drop off point al...

  2. says:

    The book is set in the 1940 s if I remember correctly , in one of the most beautiful parts of England North Norfolk An adventure story for children, along the lines of Enid Blyton s Adventure series, it now gives an insight into another age, beginning with a child in quarantine at home, and then the long drive from London to Blakeney in a rattly old car, at a time when having a car was still a luxury for many families, and a seaside vacation was something that families scraped and saved all year for.Then the adventure really begins.I first read this book when I was quite small, and already in love with this part of the world The place hasn t really changed all that much the hotel is still there, and the redshan...

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