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Daphne Du Maurier's Jamaica Inn 1969 - Penguin


Title: Jamaica Inn
Author: Daphne Du Maurier
Publisher: Penguin
Publication Date: 1969
Format: Softcover
Condition: This book is in a good condition for its age. The covers and spine are worn and have markings. There is a small inscription.

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Reader's note

Jamaica Inn is Daphne Du Maurier's most famous story of dark events along the Cornish coast. A strange greeting and sinister hints await Mary Yellan when she comes to live at Jamaica Inn with her evil giant of an uncle. To quote this character directly - 'I'm not drunk enough to tell you why I live at this God-forsaken spot and why I'm the landlord of Jamaica Inn!' The coarse brutality of Joss Merlyn and the enigmatic character of his brother Jem give an exciting foretaste of the next novel she wrote, Rebecca. This book is true classic and an excellent read! This 1960s edition from publisher Penguin, will make a fine addition to any vintage library!