Nymph and the Lamp. First Harlequin Paperback Printing

By: RADDALL, Thomas H.

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RADDALL, Thomas H. The Nymph and the Lamp. Toronto / Winnipeg : Harlequin Books, (September 1952). First Harlequin Printing. Pp [1]-320. Small 8vo (mass market paperback), illustrated card covers, al edges dyed red. HarlequinNo.189. A novel of Sable Island. “Isabel Jardine was an extraordinarywoman , to whom the marriage ceremony was a mockery, but, wanting a means of escape from the drab monotony of her life, she married Matthew Carney and went with him to Marino, a lonely windswept island in the Atlantic. The only woman on the island, Isabel found herself wanted – desired -- by every one of the strong, bronzed men who lived like monks in Marina's barren wilderness and here she shed her inhibitions as if they were a cloak. Thomas Raddall has written a powerful story — of love and hate; of tenderness and cruelty and suffering, and through these elements the lives of two people are brought to o dramatic climax.” (from the back cover). Spine worn, corners creased, else good only. As is. 15.00

Title: Nymph and the Lamp. First Harlequin Paperback Printing

Author Name: RADDALL, Thomas H.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Harlequin Books, Toronto / Winnipeg , 1950,:

Seller ID: 111142

Keywords: LITERATURE NOVA SCOTIA CANADA SABLE ISLAND HISTORICAL FICTION CANADIAN,