1st Edition. Ex-lib. VG. HB. Tan publishers board covers, horiz. spine title gilt. End papers clean, no inscription. FFEP missing. 13.5cm x 20.5cm tall. 170pp. WH. Tittle page bears 'Willis County Library' stamp mark, pages 40-48 have spill marks, but text is clear, other pages clean. Edges lightly dusted. Good DW, unclipped, price marked 27/6 net., minor repair, orange, title white, front, b/w drawing depicts riotous goings on in a bar room, horiz spine title white, back dw has b/w drawing of another bar room scene. The book tells the true story of the small port of Cossack, on the North-West coast of Australia, and the richness of life in a place where 'if a thing is looking for a place to happen, this it where it will end up'. The people there had everything thrown at them including the cyclone season. Now a ghost town, but this true story of the people and their lives, brings laughter and tears in equal proportions. Good tight copy, in good condition for year. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Winds That Blew at Cossack.
Publisher: Sydney. Australia. Angus & Robertson Ltd
Publication Date: 1968
Book Description Angus and Robertson, 1968. Condition: Good. Light wear to boards. Content is clean and bright with only foxing to fore pages. Good DJ with rubbing to edges and running to spine. Seller Inventory # 9999-9993142400
Book Description Angus and Robertson, 1968. Unknown Binding. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG020794959X
Book Description Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1968. Cloth Boards. Illustrations by Peter Harrigan. (illustrator). 1st Edition. 8vo, pp. (iv) 170, b/w ills., orig pictorial cl bds., very good condition in worn, frayed d.j., signed by Western Australian author, Peter Cowan Novel set in Cossack; a port on the far nor-west coast of WA. Seller Inventory # ABE75711