Charity Girl

By: Heyer, Georgette

Price: $31.00

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Condition: Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket

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First Canadian edition, 254 pp, orange cloth with gold lettering on spine. Spine slightly slanted, just a bit of edge wear. Jacket in protective Brodart, minor edge wear with a little chipping at top and base of spine and a couple small, nearly closed tears. A little rubbing, spine sunned, price sticker near top of front inside flap. An attractive copy.

"The Viscount thought he had seldom seen a more pathetic picture. Not only was Cherry Steane's countenance woebegone, but the shoes and the hem of the duffle cloak she wore were sadly muddied. She looked to be hot, tired and despairing. Cherry succeeded in mastering her agitation. 'I beg your pardon!' she uttered. 'It was only because you look so kind, sir, and talked to me last night-that I ask you to take me to London with you in your carriage. But it was wrong of me. My-my affairs are not your concern!' 'Come along,' said the Viscount." Charity Girl is set in Heyer's favorite Regency England period.; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall

Title: Charity Girl

Author Name: Heyer, Georgette

Edition: First Canadian Edition

Illustrator: Illustrated by Barbosa, Arthur (cover)

Location Published: Toronto, Bodley Head: 1970

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket

Categories: Vintage Romance, Georgette Heyer

Seller ID: 006405

Keywords: romance fiction cherry steane (fictitious character) viscount desford wroxton (fictitious character) regency england regency romance historical romance