by John Buchan
Publisher: Doran 1922
Number of pages: 322
The novel is set near Carrick in south-west Scotland around 1920. The hero is a 55-year-old grocer Dickson McCunn, who has sold his business and taken early retirement. As soon as he ventures out to explore the world, he is swept out of his bourgeois rut into bizarre and outlandish adventures, and forced to become a reluctant hero.
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by John Buchan - Feedbooks
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by John Buchan - ManyBooks
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