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29 - Michael Holroyd, Basil-Street Blues - Slightly Foxed Edition
30 - Adrian Bell, Silver Ley - Slightly Foxed Edition
Gavin Maxwell, The House of Elrig - Slightly Foxed Edition No. 31
33 - Diana Petre, The Secret Orchard of Roger Ackerley, Slightly Foxed Edition
34 - John Moore, Brensham Village - Slightly Foxed Edition
35 - Anthony Rhodes, Sword of Bone - Slightly Foxed Edition
37 - Hilary Mantel, Giving up the Ghost - Slightly Foxed Edition
38 - Adrian Bell, The Cherry Tree - Slightly Foxed Edition
39 - Richard Hillary, The Last Enemy - Slightly Foxed Edition
40 - Erich Kastner, When I was a Little Boy - Slightly Foxed Edition
41 - Eric Newby, Something-Wholesale - Slightly Foxed Edition
42 - John Moore, The Blue Field - Slightly Foxed Edition
43 - Jennie Erdal, Ghosting - Slightly Foxed Edition
Ernest Shepard, Drawn from Memory and Drawn-from Life - Slightly Foxed Editions
Jan Morris, Conundrum. Slightly Foxed Edition
Eric Newby Love and War in the Apennines-Slightly-Foxed-Edition
Roald Dahl Boy
Roald-Dahl-Going-Solo
Hermione, Countess Of Ranfurly To War with Whitaker Slightly Foxed Edition
Christopher Robbins, The Empress of Ireland, Slightly Foxed Edition No. 51
Jessica Mitford, Hons and Rebels, Slightly Foxed Edition No. 52
Laurie Lee, Cider with Rosie - SFE No. 53
Laurie Lee, As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning - SFE No. 54
SFE No. 55: Richard Cobb, Still Life
Ysenda Maxtone Graham, Mr Tibbits’s Catholic School
Ysenda Maxtone Graham, Life in Girls' Boarding Schools, Plain Foxed Edition
John Hackett, I Was a Stranger, Plain Foxed Edition
Richard Kennedy, A Boy at the Hogarth Press,-Plain-Foxed-Edition
Diana Holman-Hunt, My Grandmothers & I, Plain Foxed Edition
PFE Gwen Raverat, Period Piece
Adrian Bell Corduroy Plain Foxed Edition Slightly Foxed
Helene Hanff, 84 Charing Cross Road, Plain Foxed Edition, Slightly Foxed
Rosemary Sutcliff, Blue Remembered Hills, Plain Foxed Edition
Christabel Bielenberg, The Past Is Myself, Plain Foxed Edition
Dodie Smith, Look Back with Love - Slightly Foxed Plain Foxed Edition
  • Format: 110 x 170mm
  • Producer: Smith Settle
  • Genre: Memoir
  • Binding: Cloth hardback
  • Trimmings: Silk ribbon, head- & tailband; gold blocking to spine
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Our Slightly Foxed Editions are each published in a limited, numbered edition of 2,000 copies, available only from us and a few selected booksellers. Apart from being memorable reads, they look delightful on the shelves and are highly collectable – some earlier titles in the series are already fetching high second-hand prices.

In addition to the SFEs, we produce our Plain Foxed Editions. All bound in duck-egg blue cloth, the PFEs have been reissued in the same neat pocket format as the original SFEs and will happily fill in some of the gaps in your collection.

Now is your chance to catch up with a set of all our available SFEs and PFEs. The set includes:

No. 29, Michael Holroyd, Basil Street Blues
No. 30, Adrian Bell, Silver Ley
No. 31, Gavin Maxwell, The House of Elrig
No. 33, Diana Petre, The Secret Orchard of Roger Ackerley
No. 34, John Moore, Brensham Village
No. 35, Anthony Rhodes, Sword of Bone
No. 37, Hilary Mantel, Giving up the Ghost
No. 38, Adrian Bell, The Cherry Tree
No. 39, Richard Hillary, The Last Enemy
No. 40, Erich Kästner, When I Was a Little Boy
No. 41, Eric Newby, Something Wholesale
No. 42, John Moore, The Blue Field
No. 43, Jennie Erdal, Ghosting
No. 44 & No. 45, E. H. Shepard, Drawn from Memory Drawn from Life
No. 46, Jan Morris, Conundrum
No. 47, Eric Newby, Love and War in the Apennines
No. 48, Roald Dahl, Boy
No. 49, Roald Dahl, Going Solo
No. 50, Hermione Ranfurly, To War with Whitaker
No. 51, Christopher Robbins, The Empress of Ireland
No. 52, Jessica Mitford, Hons and Rebels
No. 53, Laurie Lee, Cider with Rosie
No. 54, Laurie Lee, As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning
No. 55, Richard Cobb, Still Life

PFE, Ysenda Maxtone Graham, Mr Tibbits’s Catholic School
PFE, Ysenda Maxtone Graham, Terms & Conditions: Life in Girls’ Boarding-Schools, 1939-1979
PFE, John Hackett, I Was a Stranger
PFE, Richard Kennedy, A Boy at the Hogarth Press & A Parcel of Time
PFE, Diana Holman Hunt, My Grandmothers and I
PFE, Gwen Raverat, Period Piece
PFE, Adrian Bell, Corduroy
PFE, Helene Hanff, 84, Charing Cross Road
PFE, Rosemary Sutcliff, Blue Remembered Hills
PFE, Christabel Bielenberg, The Past is Myself
PFE, Dodie Smith, Look Back with Love



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  1. Barry Anderson says:

    Just finished Country Boy. What a marvellous read. I grew up in Suffolk and remember the class differences. I passed the 11+ but the Headmaster said that since my father was a lorry driver I’d never amount to anything better so I was consigned to the local secondary school. Luckily when I was 15 my parents emigrated to the USA, where the differences in English accents did not mark me as “lower class”. I was able to go to university, just like the Country Boy, earned two degrees, and made a success of my life. Some relatives I left in England are still jealous! I still remember the gas lights and outdoor dry toilets of my first home. Even though my experiences were 40 years on from the author’s, it all rang very true. Thanks for letting me buy a copy. Just loved it!

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