SALLY IN RHODESIA by Sheila Macdonald


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This book has an unusual history. Issued last Spring, it had all the ear-marks of a flop. Now, eleven months later, it is selling month by month, better than each preceding month, and that without any effort on the part of the publisher. Now, by request of certain people in ""the trade"", the publishers have been persuaded to reissue it with a good jacket, and give it another chance. So -- here it is -- a delightful, enchanting, casual tale of young love in South Africa, where Sally goes to marry her Tony, and where they share adventures, amusing, pathetic, intensely human, which she relays to her mother in letters to England. Try it on your staff, and then on your discriminating clients.

Publisher: Coward, McCann