North Yorkshire, UK; Tartarus Press; 2001. Limited ed, New in dj, Limited to 350 copies. Includes a new introduction by Colin Cruise. "UNCLE STEPHEN, first published in 1931, is a subtle supernatural novel in the style of Forrest Reids great friend and admirer Walter de la Mare. It is the story of Tom Barber, an orphaned boy in search of the mysterious uncle he has never met, and about whom there is a hint of scandal. The story of UNCLE STEPHEN came to Reid in a dream, and the dreamlike evocation of the Ulster countryside in which it is set trembles over the brink into the magical." OUT OF PRINT FROM THE PUBLISHER. Point: Uncle Stephen was first published by Faber & Faber, 1931. This edition with a new introduction by Colin Cruise. A subtle, supernatural novel reminiscent of the work of the authorís great friend Walter de la Mare. ". . . If you can appreciate fine words and sensitive feelings and fantastic situations, Uncle Stephen is your book." - Time and Tide
Fine in fine dj.
OUT OF PRINT FROM THE PUBLISHER.