SPORTING PRINT by G. March-Phillippe


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A good story, but the reader interest depends to a large degree an initial interest in fox hunting, in horses and dogs, or on general enterprises for any outdoor book against the English countryside background. Both the romance and the characterisations are closely intertwined with a familiarity with hunting, for this is the story of Victor Greenwood, Master of the Hunt, erratic, a genius of sorts, who leads his staff, his friends and his wife a chase. The scene shifts from the Shires to new hunting country down in the west of England, and there is a of authenticity in the technical side that will make it sure sale for your sporting customers.

Pub Date: Jan. 10th, 1938
Publisher: Dutton