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Tunes of Glory. A Novel.
Putnam 1956 - FIRST EDITION, pp. 200, crown 8vo, original black boards, backstrip lettered in gilt, a sprinkling of spots to top edge, spot to rear free endpaper carrying faintly through a few pages, dustjacket just slightly nicked at head of backstrip panel, very good. A novel set in a Highland regiment in the aftermath of the Second World War, with a plot that 'centres on the rivalry between two men from different backgrounds for the command of a highland infantry battalion'. The author was a Scot who attended Trinity College, Oxford - this, his debut novel, also became the basis for a successful film starring Alec Guinness, for which the author himself wrote the screenplay.
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