The Tangerine House.


This is mainly an account of ex-patriot life in Tangier in the 1950:s however the author is a keen observer of the local scene and this i am told is an interesting and quite rare book. Based on every-day life in Tangier. Here the author finds the house of his dreams and sets about fashioning it in the most delightfull and romantic way. After leaving behind the English way of life, he experiences many strange and wonderfull things.



h/b in original boards, which has a Boot;s Booklovers Library stamp on the face.Size 9×6 pp218 b/w plates with frontispiece, binding firm and nice and clean throughout except for some handwriting in the prelims plus a little foxing on the face edges, but nothing serious, A nice little book, something different.


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