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Angel Pavement by J. B. Priestley
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Angel Pavement

by J. B. Priestley

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0226682102, Paperback)

Priestley's classic novel of the Thirties, following the misfortunes of a group of lower-class clerical workers employed by suppliers of veneers and inlays to the cabinet-making trade. To their dingy City of London premises descends a rapacious financial predator, threatening ruin for them all.

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'Angel Pavement' provides readers with a vivid picture of London life before the war and the Blitz changed everything dramatically. Set against the backdrop of the Great Depression, the story centres around the arrival of a mysterious Mr. Golspie at Twigg & Dersingham from the Baltic region.… (more)

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