This novel by Dora Forgan (1874-1968) was published in T. Fisher Unwin's 'First Novel Library', and it was her only novel, too. The book is described as a novel of English life in war time. Dora Stretch Forgan, née Warrington, lived in Prestatyn, North Wales. Her son, Captain David Warrington Forgan, M.C., a doctor in the Royal Army Medical Corps during World War II, died on 4th December 1943 aged 29 y and is buried in the cemetery at Cassino in Italy.
Bibliography code: TFU-17.2
Publisher: T. Fisher Unwin
Series: First Novel Library
Binding: Red cloth with title, author and decorations of flowers in a vase in white. Two white lines around edge. Lower right, small white box "The First Novel Library". Title, author & publisher in white on spine.
Size: 189 x 134 mm
Dust jacket: signed Blampied in white, lower margin, to left of shovels
Internal illustrations: none
Price: 6 shillings
Printing history: First and only edition
Printed by: not known
Notes: This is a rare book even without the dust jacket.
Dust jacket (click to enlarge)