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Rf Delderfield Bibliography Template

Novels

All Over the Town (1947)
Farewell the Tranquil Mind (1950)
Seven Men of Gascony (1954)
The Adventures of Ben Gunn (1956)
Diana (1960)
There Was a Fair Maid Dwelling (1960)
Stop At a Winner (1961)
The Spring Madness of Mr. Sermon (1963)
     aka Mr. Sermon
The Golden Millstones (1964)
Too Few for Drums (1964)
Under an English sky (1964)
Cheap Day Return (1967)
Return Journey (1967)
Charlie Come Home (1969)
     aka Come Home Charlie and Face Them
To Serve Them All My Days (1972)

 

Plays

Peace Comes to Peckham (1948)
Queen Came by (1949)
Sailors Beware (1950)
Nobody Shouted Author (1951)
The Bride Wore an Opal Ring (1952)
Made to Measure (1952)
Miaow Miaow (1952)
The Old Lady of Cheadle (1952)
Waggonload O'monkeys (1952)
Absent Lover (1953)
Golden Rain (1953)
Smoke in the Valley (1953)
Spark in Judea (1953)
The Testimonial (1953)
And Then There Were None (1954)
The Guinea-Pigs (1954)
Home Is the Hunted (1954)
Musical Switch (1954)
The Orchard Walls (1954)
The Rounderlay Tradition (1954)
Ten Till Five (1954)
Where There's a Will (1954)
The Offending Hand (1955)
Flashpoint (1958)
The Mayerling Affair (1958)
Wild Mink (1962)

 

Picture Books

Uncle's Little Lapse (1955)

 

Non fiction

These Clicks Made History (1946)
The Fascinating History of Budleigh and District (1947)
Bird's Eye View (1954)
The March of the Twenty-six (1962)
Tales Out of School (1963)
Retreat from Moscow (1967)
For My Own Amusement (1968)
Imperial Sunset (1969)
Napoleon in Love (1969)
Overture for Beginners (1970)
Napoleon's Marshals (1981)

 

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Brilliantly paced, rich and exciting in narrative, The Dreaming Suburb, Volume I of The Avenue, is an extraordinary novel of people whose lives are intertwined in the years between the two wars ...
"Jim Carver--a tough, resolute war veteran, he returns from the trenches to build a better life for his family on the Avenue.

"Archie Carver--Jim's oldest son, smart, ruthless, heBrilliantly paced, rich and exciting in narrative, The Dreaming Suburb, Volume I of The Avenue, is an extraordinary novel of people whose lives are intertwined in the years between the two wars ...
"Jim Carver--a tough, resolute war veteran, he returns from the trenches to build a better life for his family on the Avenue.

"Archie Carver--Jim's oldest son, smart, ruthless, he has a quick eye for financial profits and beautiful women.

"Esme Fraser--Young and handsome, he finds that no matter how much he tries, he can't escape the passion he feels for a sensual, amoral woman.

"Elaine Frith--Beautiful and ruthless, she uses her charms to snare the man she thinks will give her wealth.

"Ted Hartnell--Dashing,talented, he finds himself driven by the lure of the new jazz music and goes on to fame in show business.

"But their lives are soon to feel the threat of Hitler, and the Nazi bombs that fall on the beautiful London street are the horrible clarion call to war. And all the hopes, dreams and lives of the people on the Avenue are forged to a fighting force to defend all that they hold dear."...more

Hardcover, 1032 pages

Published April 2nd 1969 by Simon & Schuster (first published December 1964)

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