Gentleman Solomon by Allan Hawkwood. H/B, Published by Hurst & Blackett, 1925 (approx).


Excerpt from Gentleman Solomon:

Doctor Cliff Seaforth heads his diary with the title "The Relation of John Solomon, Gentleman". This story cannot be better begun than with certain quotations from Seaforth's diary. The very word "Relation", as he uses it, smacks of the unknown and mysterious. One thinks of the old Jesuit Relations which preserved so much of early Canadian history; of those other Relations from Japan and far missionary centres in the Olden days, all filled with strange things, all reeking with the wander-lust and the spread of the White Christ's faith.

Condition: Good hardback. Boards are dark red with gold writing and floral design border on front. The gold has faded from the writing on the spine.  Very clean inside, No dustjacket. 


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