Title: Colonel Grant's To-Morrow [Tomorrow]
Author: Graham Seton
Description: Brown cloth boards stamped in red. Damp blemish to bottom edge of boards. Red top stain. About half of the pages have a prominent tide mark in the bottom margin (not affecting the text). Dust jacket chipped at head of spine and very shallow chipping to spine tail; tear in upper left corner of front panel; not price clipped ($2.00). DJ in clear archival sleeve. 306 pp. 7.75 x 5.5 inches.
Another military adventure for Colonel Duncan Grant, this time in Africa among the Bedouin. He fights intrigue and conspiracy, leads the Al Arish tribesmen in a battle against the French, and carries out a kidnapping of a French general on the Riviera.
Graham Seton was the pseudonym for Graham Seton Hutchison (1890-1946), an English author, historian, and novelist. Decorated and celebrated as an officer of the British Army during World War One, prior to the war he served with British colonial forces in Rhodesia and South Africa, and after the war he was known for his affiliations with various British fascist organizations. His fiction has been commended by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Ezra Pound.
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart
Place: New York
Keywords: fiction, novel, military, Africa, Bedouin, French colonial, North Africa, espionage,
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