Janet (j4) wrote,

If we cannot be free, at least we can be P&P only

Three Georgette Heyer books have recently come into my possession, and I don't intend for them to stay there. So the following are on offer:

"The Grand Sophy"
"The Foundling"

All hardback, 1940s/50s book club editions, no dustjackets, a bit faded and whatnot, but FREE. (I don't want to have to pay to get rid of them, so if you're not in Cambridge you'll have to either pay for postage or come up with a cunning way of collecting them.)
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