Kruger's Alp

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The winner of the 1985 Whitbread Prize for Fiction. Searching for the legendary gold spirited away by President Kruger in order to found an earthly paradise, renegade priest Theodore Blanchaille moves from pulpit to black township, from Johannesburg's fortress prison to the underworld of Soho. Stains and some writing on ffep. DJ has some minor shelfwear and stains. Closed pages somewhat foxed. Inside clean and binding good. Overall good condition.
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The winner of the 1985 Whitbread Prize for Fiction. Searching for the legendary gold spirited away by President Kruger in order to found an earthly paradise, renegade priest Theodore Blanchaille moves from pulpit to black township, from Johannesburg's fortress prison to the underworld of Soho. Stains and some writing on ffep. DJ has some minor shelfwear and stains. Closed pages somewhat foxed. Inside clean and binding good. Overall good condition.
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AuthorHope, Christopher
PublisherHeinemann
PlaceLondon
Year1984
EditionFirst edition.
ISBN9780434346608
BindingHardcover
ConditionVery Good
Dustjacket ConditionVery Good
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