FATHER COULDN'T JUGGLE by Elizabeth Lambert

FATHER COULDN'T JUGGLE

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--- but he could do lots of other things, and this reminiscence of a childhood in Jamaica is under the influence of his benevolent despotism, his flamboyant vigor, and the continual, potential excitement of his profession as a Wrecking Master (salvage man

Pub Date: April 21st, 1954
Publisher: Coward-McCann