Sunday, 30 April 2017

Drummer - Richard Carlile

Brilliant and thought-provoking: a hallucinatory trip into a savage, amoral, rock-horror nightmare


TANDEM BOOKS 426 13231 9
FIRST PRINTING 1971
LONDON, UK

A wild, neon-lit, stereophonic experience, too out-of-this-world to be fact, too true to life to be fiction.

...at the first moment of their appearance in the stadium the screaming of the fans swelled to a chaos of sound. Malk held up his arms and appealed for quiet, shouting into his mike in a futile attempt to make himself heard. He gave a shrug and turned to the others.

Okay, here we go. A-four, a-three. a-two, a-one! 

They launched into the act. No one heard them. Like figures in a silent movie they plucked their guitars, mouthed and gaped, stamped, shook, gesticulated. The pace grew wilder and wilder and when Sonny smashed his instrument to pieces and hurled away the bits, began to tear off his clothes and scratch his face, the audience took it all as part of the performance. They smelled blood, and howled for more...

Saturday, 29 April 2017

Rule Of Night - Trevor Hoyle

Kenny is savage, sensitive, menacing and unpredictable. This is his story - a haunting novel of teenage violence, crime and kicks.


FUTURA BOOKS 0 8600 7175 8
FIRST PRINTING 1975
LONDON, UK

Kenny Seddon exists. He's as real as you are. This documentary novel explores the sub-world of teenage violence in the northern town of Rochdale - with real people, true events, and disturbing consequences. Only the names have been changed to mask the identities of Kenny and his gang.

You see them any day of the week, hanging round street corners, telling dirty jokes, kicking in bus shelter windows (and sometimes peoples's faces). Charging across football pitches to grapple with rival fans. You read about his kind in books, see him portrayed in films and on television.

But in Rule of Night you're not reading fiction - but fact. Trevor Hoyle spent four months researching the background to this book. He toured the pubs, stood on the terraces, talked to the parents, and through notes and tape-recordings has reconstructed a documented case-history which tries to answer the one question that seems to baffle everybody - what makes Kenny tick?

Friday, 28 April 2017

Too Far To Walk - John Hersey

THE TURNED-ON NOVEL OF THE L.S.D. GENERATION
"The sequel to LORD OF THE FLIES and THE CATCHER IN THE RYE"
THE NEW YORK TIMES


CORGI BOOKS 552 08001 2
FIRST PRINTING 1968
LONDON, UK
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN HARDBACK BY HAMISH HAMILTON 1966

Written by one of the major writers of our time, this is a novel about the new generation. The boys and girls who have everything, and nothing; who have tried it all-and still want more. It is a novel of lives filled with a new kind of desperation, and of kicks that mount to the greatest, most dangerous kick of all-a searing trip straight to heaven...or hell!

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Teen-Age Vice - Courtney Ryley Cooper

This book exposes: The Vice Racket, Dope Addiction, Juke Joint Binges, Cabins For The Night, Prisons That Pervert, The Smut Peddlers, Lonely Hearts Clubs


PYRAMID BOOKS G43
FIRST PRINTING 1952
NEW YORK, USA
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN HARDBACK BY LITTLE, BROWN & CO MARCH 1939 AS 'DESIGNS IN SCARLET'

JAILBAIT!

They hold orgies in cellar clubs, go on juke joint binges and motel "honeymoons." They get hopped up on liquor and dope, then rob and rape and murder. They are the young people under 21 who commit more than half the major crimes in the U.S.A.

What makes them do it? Who is to blame? Courtney Ryley Cooper gives you the grim and tragic answers in this brilliant and blistering expose of teen-age vice.

This book is a harsh dose, but a vitally necessary one. It was not written for children, morons, or sensation seekers-but only for the purpose of giving you the facts. If you are squeamish and choose to ignore them-even while the teen-age trouble in your town is running wild-then this book is not for you!

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

The Devil's Churchyard - Ted Willis

DIXON OF DOCK GREEN in a NEW full-length thriller


MAX PARRISH
FIRST PRINTING 1957
LONDON, UK
COVER ART BY HENRY FOX

The DEVIL'S CHURCHYARD...
is no routine patrol - not by a long chalk!

It is the first full-length story of P.C. DIXON of Dock Green, out on one of the grimmest beats of his life.

Once you start reading this new thriller, there's no holding back. You are immediately up to the neck in enthralling detection with Dixon himself and young Buster. And Buster has an added problem of his own: the gang of Teddy Boys. They include Ginger Noakes, 'a boy with a meaningless, almost permanent grin,'and Danny, with his 'warm,peppermint-scented breath'.

This new, dramatic mystery story has been specially written by the author of Dixon Of Dock Green (top of TV's popularity poll), and the famous police film The Blue Lamp.

As Jack Warner says, 'I know you will enjoy this thrilling story' - and he ought to know!

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Strike The Father Dead - John Wain


WORLD BOOKS
FIRST PRINTING 1963
LONDON, UK
FIRST PUBLISHED BY MACMILLAN & CO 1962

The 'hero' of John Wain's latest novel is a young man called Jeremy, who rebels against the stuffy future envisaged for him by his father, an upright Professor of Classics in a 'red-brick' university. He runs away from school at the age of seventeen and becomes a jazz pianist in a low dive club in one of the seamier haunts of London. The year is 1942.
It is during this wartime period that Jeremy meets an American negro horn-player called Percy Brett, a huge, gentle, delightful character who dominates the rest of the story. Percy teaches Jeremy what jazz can really be, and much else about life besides.
The thrill and rhythm of jazz music pervade the greater part of this extremely interesting novel. Running through it, too, is another theme : the bitter relationship between Jeremy and his austere father. Jeremy's choice of a way of life has been a terrible shock to the ageing professor ; communication between them has ceased, and the only news that filters through comes by way of occasional paragraphs in the tabloid newspapers. Yet we learn gradually that the father had himself rebelled against his father; we follow his agonies as he in turn tries to come to terms with a younger generation. 

Monday, 24 April 2017

Penguin Modern Poets 5 - Gregory Corso, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg


PENGUIN BOOKS D78
FIRST PRINTING 1963
MIDDLESEX, UK
COVER ART BY ROGER MAYNE

This series is an attempt to introduce contemporary poetry to the general reader by publishing some thirty poems by each of three modern poets in a single volume. In each case the selection is made to illustrate the poet's characteristics in style and form, Penguin Modern Poets 1, 2, 3, and 4, have already appeared and further volumes are in preparation.

Sunday, 23 April 2017

Halfway Down The Stairs - Charles Thompson

Ann, a product of the beat generation; boldly curious about life, love and her search for excitement in the turbulence of college days


PANTHER BOOKS 913
FIRST PRINTING SEPTEMBER 1959
LONDON, UK

ANN...BOLDLY CURIOUS ABOUT LIFE AND LOVE

Ann Carlin is surely one of the most astonishing heroines in recent fiction-a creature at once perverse and pitiful, innocent and depraved. The story of her relationship with Dave Pope gives meaning to their curious college days, when the rage was for new music, old cars and sex...

As sensitive as Fitzgerald and as outspoken as O'Hara, Charles Thompson's novel sets a new standard for literature about the Beat Generation.

Saturday, 22 April 2017

The Salt Of The Hide - Betty Singleton

Astonishing...a bitter terrifying novel of wild teenage delinquents


ACE BOOKS (UK) H443
FIRST PRINTING 1961
LONDON, UK
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN HARDBACK BY ROBERT HALE 1958

Miss Singleton takes on the problem of the Teddy Boy...The atmosphere of slum and youth club is well done and here is a book clearly with its heart in the right place.
-NEWS CHRONICLE

What makes a Teddy Boy? This realistic yet compassionate novel illustrates the immense difficulties facing those trying to help boys who are the victims not only of themselves but of bad surroundings and associates. Effective blend of story with topical social problems.
-SUNDAY TIMES

The humanity behind the story is genuine, the story itself is moving and leaves a lasting impression.
-BOOKS AND BOOKMEN

Miss Singleton shows an astounding familiarity with the argot of teenage gangsters...as modern as a two-tone convertible...A remarkable novel.
-THE TABLET

Friday, 21 April 2017

Teddy Boy - Ernest Ryman


MICHAEL JOSEPH 
FIRST PRINTING 1958
LONDON, UK
COVER ART BY DONALD GREEN

JIMMIE ALBAN is a Teddy boy whose career ends in murder, and this is the story of his successive steps on the path towards an unusually mean and horrible crime. But it is only towards the end of the story that the paths of Jimmie Alban and Charlie Bowker cross. Charlie also claims to be a Teddy boy, but in his case the reasons for a distorted view of life become apparent as we follow his progress through Fulwood, which is an Approved School-one of those places to which we send youthful delinquents.

Life at Fulwood, seen through the eyes of one of the instructors, is never dull. 'Laughter and jeers, violence and courage, cheating and generosity were daily in evidence...Teachers were dealing with lads who had, in many ways, had a greater experience of the world than themselves....We had to make ordinary, decent living attractive to lads who had known the luxury of West End hotels and the excitement of nocturnal prowlings and gang activities.'

In this book delinquents come alive as human beings. Moreover, at Fulwood, Teddy boys form only a minority among the simple-minded, the psychopaths, and boys with perverted cleverness. In their life together they show resentment of all authority, and a constant, clamorous demand for attention and affection. There are many amusing passages in the story, much adventure, and surprising dignity.

Teddy Boy is not a documentary dealing with facts and figures. Its emphasis is on human beings.

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Zip-Gun Angels - Albert L. Quandt

A Powerful Story of Teen-Age Girls Who Fight Recklessly for Life and Love!


ORIGINAL NOVELS NO. 721
FIRST PRINTING 1952
NEW YORK, USA

The streets swarm with them. The city slums pour them out into the world, and then leave them to take care of themselves...and in their way, the girls do. Some of them take the "easy" road, with men in bars and on street corners. Others fight for decency and a home and future. Some are beautiful, and dream of using their bodies to win fame and applause...and men with the money to give them what they want. Others are plain...but they're still female, with all the urges and yearnings of ripening women.

They all start out on the streets of the city...and from the beginning it's a battle...for food, for decency, for love. Boys in the same predicament form themselves into gangs, and fight with broken bottles and zip-guns, defying the world to stop them...

THIS IS THE STORY OF ONE GIRL WHO FOUGHT WITH EVERYTHING SHE HAD, WITH BODY, WITH HEART, AND FRESH YOUNG BEAUTY...AS THE LEADER OF A NEW KIND OF STREET GANG...A GANG OF TOUGH AND BEAUTIFUL GIRLS.

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Undertow - Helen Parkhurst

A Story Of A Boy Called Tony


G. BELL & SONS
FIRST PRINTING 1964
LONDON, UK

Undertow is the biography of Tony who, in his twenty-seven years of life, experienced crime, punishment and redemption. Bred in New York's Harlem, the son of Italian parents, he took part in his first hold-up at the age of thirteen and graduated to a five-year sentence for peddling heroin at the age of seventeen. On his release from prison he married and attempted to earn an honest living but, through his wife's folly, was obliged to leave the sanctuary he had found in Connecticut and return to New York. There he was shot by his former associates and his body thrown on the municipal garbage dump.

Tony's story is true. Indeed, large sections of it are vividly told in his own words recorded by Miss Helen Parkhurst, the distinguished educationalist who became Tony's counsellor during his long struggle to break with his past. Her book has all the inevitability, and something of the poetry, of a Greek tragedy-a man's progress towards personal integrity which is achieved only at the cost of his life.

In his foreword Mr C. A. Joyce writes: 'This is a book that should be in every Teachers' Training College Library and it should be read by all who are concerned with the adolescent in Clubs and elsewhere...If you do pick it up you will find it difficult to put down.' Tony's history will be of close interest to the general reader as well as to teachers, to all who work with young people, and to sociologists.

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

The Wanton Boys - Mark Oliver

A shattering novel about Italian street gangs, their hates, lusts and perverse and brutal ways in a world that scorns and damns them


PYRAMID BOOKS G567
FIRST PRINTING DECEMBER 1960
NEW YORK, USA
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN HARDBACK BY DOUBLEDAY & CO 
COVER ART BY TONY KOKINOS

The Wanton Boys is a brutally realistic story of Pasquale Rossano, a young boy, who ran away from the fishing village he grew up in. He joined other street urchins in Naples where they sought love, a little food and warmth and where they tried to find a place in the sun of life.

These urchins were scorned, fore-doomed and damned by the world to a living hell of a bat-filled, rat-infested, diseased-filled existence. They learned cruel lessons that only the young must learn when adult life is thrust upon them. They learned the bestiality of animal lust and forbidden passion from prostitutes and homosexuals; they found that they were less than human and that the poor, the starving and the weak have no place in life.

This is every wayward youth's story-an unflinching, true-to-life, memorable novel that you will not soon forget.

Monday, 17 April 2017

B-Girl - Robert Novak

NO LIFE FOR A VIRGIN


ACE BOOKS S-174
FIRST PRINTING 1956
NEW YORK, USA

PIED PIPER OF HOT JAZZ

From Basin Street to Broadway, Chuck was it-the boy with the golden lip! When he picked up his trumpet for a solo, the crowds went wild. And wherever he played, there was always a girl who knew what Chuck wanted-and was willing to play a one-night stand. Until Irene sang her way into the little band-and Chuck's life.

Maybe her voice wasn't really good, but the customers liked it. And then, abruptly, the song changed, the notes went sour. Irene found herself caught up in a whirling crescendo of discord, and, somehow, somewhere Chuck was in the center of it all-composing the score for the mad music.

Sunday, 16 April 2017

This Passing Night - Clive Miller



SECKER & WARBURG 
FIRST PRINTING 1963
LONDON, UK
COVER ART BY LAZLO ACS

Here is an American novel about youth, new and big and different in the way that West Side Story was big and new and different. Clive Miller's first novel, adult in approach, searing in authenticity, in style recalls Scott Fitzgerald and Hemingway. In content it penetrates to the quick, exposes rawly as an open wound the lives and attitudes of American youth today: the privileged young people of private schools, Harvard and New York, and the youth of Brooklyn gangs.

Richard Pierson and Amadeo Magini grew up together in Brooklyn and then their lives separated. The world of Pierson was not without conflict and doubt, frustration and desire, but it was firmly rooted in the confident axis of college, Harvard, New York and its suburbs, and there was always Europe to escape to if the design of life proved unforeseen and unwelcome. Magini's world was equally firm rooted, but against a setting of violence and brutality in which power was the ultimate value and survival a constant struggle.

As Richard Pierson and his friends seek love and purpose in their lives, Amadeo Magini seeks a truce between the Cheetahs and the Noble Magicians. On the Cote d'Azur a young American and an Italian girl have a lyrically romantic affair, and in a Brooklyn cinema against the pounding background of rock-and-roll there is a brutal rape. The lives and worlds of Pierson and Magini cross once again before the powerful and violent climax: the rumble between the Cheetahs and the Noble Magicians.

This Passing Night contains scenes of devastating violence juxtaposed with scenes of great tenderness, quiet and private alongside the brutality of rumble and rape. By turns romantic and violent, it is always truthful and convincing. The effect is like a cold shower on a hot day: of great immediacy and utterly refreshing. Clive Miller has made an impressive start to his literary career.

Saturday, 15 April 2017

A Rage To Kill - B. E. Lovell

Young Hoodlums...out to Maim and Murder!


DIGIT BOOKS D253
FIRST PRINTING - NO DATE
LONDON, UK

Private investigator Edge Hannegan had sent his partner, on a routine mission. But Danny never reported back. His bloody, beaten body lay in an alley, surrounded by garbage...and all the evidence said it was the work of some thrill-crazed young punks...

This is the gripping story of a manhunt on Terror's dark pavements.

Friday, 14 April 2017

Cry, Brother, Cry - Jack Karney

A Novel Of Delinquents And Mobsters In The Making


POPULAR LIBRARY EAGLE BOOKS EDITION G304
FIRST PRINTING JANUARY 1959
NEW YORK, USA

VIOLENCE IN THE STREETS

Brawling in the streets...making love in dark hallways...snitching the luxuries they crave...the tough juveniles of New York's Lower East Side know only one way to get back at the sordid world that spawned them-by organized violence.

This is the wallop-packing story of one teen-age gang leader who made the easy shift from switch-blades to guns, from street rumbles to organized violence and vice...Until the jobs he pulled off for the city's top crime organization became too dirty for even corrupt cops to take.

Thursday, 13 April 2017

Black Is Beautiful - B. B. Johnson

He's a bad, bold soul brother up to his sweet hips in revolution-and women!


PAPERBACK LIBRARY 64-305
FIRST PRINTING APRIL 1970
NEW YORK, USA

Black May Be Beautiful, Baby, But It's Also The Color Of Death...

Richard Abraham Spade-Superspade-was beginning to have his doubts about the militants.
He had seen for himself how the Black Jaguars handled renegade brothers. It was the most brutal ritual he had ever witnessed. 
He had seen how the Jaguars had sprung their brilliant leader, Ridge Hatchett, author of Hell on Fire, from Death Row. And he knew about their master plan for revolution.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

The Mysterious Pregnancy - Nigel Heseltine

SHE FOUND CONTENTMENT ONLY AFTER A PLUNGE INTO THE HEADY LIFE OF PARIS


FOUR SQUARE BOOKS 1048
FIRST PRINTING 1964
LONDON, UK
ORIGINALLY PRINTED IN HARDBACK BY VICTOR GOLLANCZ 1953

For Lu Rienzi time is running out.

Somewhere in Paris is her lover-the father of her unborn baby.

If she fails to find him in time then she must find a doctor to get her out of trouble.

What she does find is the beat half-world of Paris, with its crazy values and shameless indifference to conventional morality.

Drawn irresistibly into this new existentialism Lu begins to see her problem in a new light, and her life starts on a new course.

Read on...the book is witty, brilliant and full of refreshing sophistication.

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Bongo Bum - Richard E. Geiss


BRANDON HOUSE 1014
FIRST PRINTING 1966
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA, USA

Jazz, sex, fame, glory...all these were Curt's. But he was a dedicated beatnik who could tell a willing world of willing women where to go.

Monday, 10 April 2017

Crash Club - Henry Gregor Felsen

The shocking bestseller about today's daring, defiant hot-rodders 


BANTAM BOOKS A2076
FIRST PRINTING FEBRUARY 1960
NEW YORK, USA
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN HARDBACK BY RANDOM HOUSE OCTOBER 1958

REVIEWERS HAIL NEW NOVEL BY THE AUTHOR OF HOT ROD!

"An eye-opener."
WYOMING EAGLE

"Fast-moving story of violence and compulsive intensity."
VIRGINIA KIRKUS SERVICE

"Exciting, dramatically written-concerns boys, their cars and their girls..."
FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM

"Told in Felsen's pull-no-punches style."
CLEVELAND PRESS

Sunday, 9 April 2017

A Nest Of Fear - Hal Ellson

HAL ELLSON'S brand new novel of juvenile delinquency that pulls no punches


ACE BOOKS D-522
FIRST PRINTING 1961
NEW YORK, USA

HAL ELLSON is one of the most widely read, tensely realistic writers of our time. Author of the best-selling DUKE, here is his latest no-holds-barred novel of the city streets.

This is the story of the juvenile delinquents, the rumble boys and their tumble girls. Here is the gang, living in the slum that bred them, living in a tenement wilderness side by side with life, lust, love and death.

This is the story of frightened killers living in a 
NEST OF FEAR

Saturday, 8 April 2017

Up The Junction - Nell Dunn


PAN BOOKS G712
FIRST PRINTING 1966
LONDON, UK
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN HARDBACK BY MACGIBBON & KEE 1963

Outside revving bikes were splitting the night.
'Where we going?'
'Let's go swimmin' up the Common'.
'We ain't got no swim-suits with us'.
'We'll swim down one end and you down the other. It's dark, ain't it?'
'Who do yer think's going to see yer? The man in the moon?'
'Yeah and what's to stop yer hands wandering?'
'We'll tie 'em behind our backs'.

'Harshly truthful-yet poetic'
DAILY MAIL

Friday, 7 April 2017

Arfur Teenage Pinball Queen - Nik Cohn

the author of Awopbopaloobop Alopbamboom


PANTHER BOOKS 586 03572 9
FIRST PRINTING 1973
ST ALBANS, HERTS, UK
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN HARDBACK BY WEIDENFELD & NICOLSON 1970

Down in bull**** alley
I believe that we are clean
Me and my friend Arfur
Teenage Pinball Queen

Live Clean, Think Clean, Shoot Clean Pinball-
that's Arfur's motto.

When she was ten she fell through a funfair mirror into a new world of honky tonk, labyrinths, neon, freeways, hamburger heavens, where pinball was played in a thousand secret places. Whatever else happened-pinball remained.


Thursday, 6 April 2017

Hot Rod Inferno - Robert Sidney Bowen

THIS WAS THE BIG RACE, LIFE AND DEATH RODE ITS CURVES


PRIORY BOOKS 1080
NO DATE
ISRAEL

HOT ROD, COOL DRIVER

For young Dave Mason, devoted to driving, the cross-country road race was the big chance of a lifetime...to settle with the past and find the future, to prove himself the man he wanted to be.

But one thing could ride right over all his hopes: the deluxe rod driven by a first-class heel who hated Dave's guts.

Here are all the bright colors and roaring thrills of the gunning, racing motors, the zing of competition, the excitement of sport...the heart-stopping peril of a crash...the nip-and-tuck finish! Life and death ride on the race - and the heart and spirit Dave can bring to it!

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Somebody In Boots - Nelson Algren

THE AUTHOR OF MAN WITH A GOLDEN ARM


MAYFLOWER DELL 8110
FIRST PRINTING 1964
LONDON, UK
ORIGINALLY PRINTED IN HARDBACK BY CONSTABLE & CO

Nelson Algren's SOMEBODY IN BOOTS is a great achievement in sustained realism. His hero, Cass McKay, in flight from the brutalities of a home he hated, wanders across America, jumping trains, trying to survive amidst the submerged tenth, finally, in the Chicago his author knows so well, fighting desperately for happiness with the girl he loved against all the savage chaos of an indifferent society.

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

The Warriors - Sol Yurick

THEY ARE NEW YORK'S TOUGHEST STREET GANG.
COOL IS THE NAME OF THEIR GAME.
FOR KEEPS IS HOW THEY PLAY IT.


DELL BOOKS 19074
SECOND PRINTING MAY 1979
NEW YORK, USA

WERE THEY HEROES...OR PUNKS?

The Fourth of July dawned hot and ominous. The city was steaming-ready to go off like a string of firecrackers. The big rumble was on.

It would take Papa Arnold's Family far from their Brooklyn turf. Before the night was over they would have to fight their way home. They would seek out-and find-the city's dangers, its violence, its mysteries. They would rape and kill. But above all, they would stick together.

They were brothers. The Family was the only family they had.

THE WARRIORS

THE TERRIFYING MOVIE THRILLER YOU'LL NEVER FORGET!

Monday, 3 April 2017

The Dog Star - Donald Windham

A COMPELLING Story of LOVE and VIOLENCE


SIGNET BOOKS 871
FIRST PRINTING APRIL 1951
NEW YORK, USA
FIRST PUBLISHED IN HARDBACK BY DOUBLEDAY

Take Your Hands Off Me

"Shaking her as a dog shakes a tin can tied to its tail, he lurched toward the door. Only her utter annihilation would satisfy him....But she held onto his shirt and called his name....Cursing her again he swung his fist around and smashed it into her face."

Sunday, 2 April 2017

Fever Heat - Angus Vicker

A Wild Breed of Men
Who Live at the Pace That Kills


DELL FIRST EDITION 13
FIRST PRINTING 1954
NEW YORK, USA
COVER ART BY CARL BOBERTZ

FLESH AND IRON

This is the story of Ace Jones, a man whose flesh and soul have grown to the iron of the souped-up heaps that are his whole life.

There's a woman named Sandy, who sees in Ace the same fever that burned out her husband, and the same wild attraction that made her love him.

And there's Sandy's brother-in-law, who respects Ace almost as deeply as he hates him.

Theirs is the special world of the stock-car racers-filled with the stench of burning rubber, the tearing shriek of metal against metal. But the fire inside them will be felt by anyone who has ever known the corroding urge to get ahead of the man in front...

Saturday, 1 April 2017

It's Trad Dad - Macgregor Urquhart



DIGIT BOOKS (NO NUMBER)
FIRST PRINTING (NO DATE)
LONDON, UK
64 FULL PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS