Joey and the Smugglers' Legend

Joey and the Smugglers' Legend

By Robert Martin (Reginald Alec Martin)
First Published 1958 by Nelson
Illustrated by T R Freeman
dustwrapper. Click to enlarge
Nelson dustwrapper
by T R Freeman
When Molly and Roger Canfield invite Joey and Clapper to stay with them at Milsea Magna, the boys had no idea that the little seaside village was going to be the scene of so much activity. Mosh Banner's sudden purchase of The Wayward Wind inn seemed very peculiar. What did Mosh (a band leader) want with a delapidated cottage by the sea ? What indeed . . . ?
Red boards, black lettering and logo; 120pp; b/w frontispiece and 10 full page illustrations.
Dustwrapper full colour front and separate pictorial spine, blue back with 'Nelson' logo; price bottom right of front flap 2/6 net.

Reprinted:
1958: (according to advertised book description)


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