The Silence of Colonel Bramble
Andre Maurois' fictional account of his WW1 service
Reprint (but first printing in the Week--End library series), hardback bound in the original red cloth with gilt titling to spine. 17.5 × 11.5cm, 226pp + ads.
During the First World War, the French author Andre Maurois served as a liaison officer with the British army. His novel Les silences du colonel Bramble (The Silence of Colonel Bramble) was his fictionalised account of that time. It was a best-seller when first published.
A very good copy. There is light bumping to the boards and a few spots of fading to the read but otherwise in very good shape.
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