What abour Rule Britannia by Daphne du Maurier? Though its not that old a
Regards Sue Childs
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Could anyone dredge this item from their memory? I would be very
The customer now thinks it may not be an HE Bates story....
"I'm trying to trace a book which was first published shortly before WW2
(although I think it may have been banned for the duration). It deals
with the public reaction to an invasion threat and the related decay of
society as draconian security was introduced. It may have been an HE
Bates book but it's not leaping out at me from his list of publications.
Any thoughts please? Thanks"
... and thanks from me too
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