THE OLDEST INHABITANT by Elen Phillpotts

THE OLDEST INHABITANT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A salty tale, quietly amusing, of a Mr. Fix--it who takes upon himself the untangling of the skeins of other people's lives, the mating and remating of fellow villagers according to his own scheme. The background is Devonshire, but the dialect is sparingly used, and does not slow up the tale. For the Phillpotts' audience.

Pub Date: July 31st, 1934
Publisher: Macmillan