by Malcolm Saville
Illustrated by Lunt Roberts
Published by Lutterworth Press. 1st. 1948
Very good condition in a good dustwrapper. Blue cloth, silver title to spine and silver signature to front board. Endpapers are maps of the great adventure. Colour frontis, b/w text illustrations. 206 pages.
Light vertical crease to spine. Minor foxing to endpapers and text block. Small blue biro mark to vertical edge of text block. Pictorial dustwrapper is edge-worn and torn with slight loss, lightly faded to spine and scuffed to rear panel.
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- The scene is Blakeney in Norfolk with its wild salt flats that the birds love. When the Jillies meet Guy and Mark there, they hoped that some happy bird watching was in store for them - they could not have guessed how many other things would have to be watched as well; or when they first saw the beacon tower of Blakeney Church, what a wonderfully thrilling climax that was going to make to their holiday! What was Miss Harvey plotting? For she certainly wasn't what she pretended to be. Which was the villain, Mr. Sandrock or Mr. Martin? And what was the meaning of the Redshank's Warning?