John Penrose: A Romance of the Land's End
Cornwall Editions Ltd, 2004 - 289 Seiten
Set in the countryside near Panzance is the early nineteenth century, this engaging novel chronciles the adventures of John Penrose, a farm labourer's son - from poaching on the moors and smuggling to a near-fatal skirmish. Full of rich character and vivid depictions of the countryside, wildlife and farming customs, John Penrose is a thoroughly entertaining read, offering a fascinating portrait of life in rural Cornwall.
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