Letter dated 21 April 1972 from [Dr William Brockbank] of Palatine Road, Withington, Manchester, to Harold Blundell praising his new novel Murder adrift, discussing the book in relation to Charles Dickens's father, who embezzled £6,000, then fled to the Isle of Man to escape punishment.
Inserted letter from George Bellairs, Murder adrift
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- ReferenceGB 133 BLU/8/19
- Alternative Id.(Book Accession Number) GB 133 R151257
- Dates of Creation1972
- Physical Description1 sheet
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