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But, nothing daunted, the prototype Viceroy was drawn up and built - in a week of evenings. Eagle eyes may notice a certain resemblance in some aspects to the RM Rapier (oz8496) and I readily admit that I was considerably influenced by this excellent, quickly-built and durable design of Pete Malone's. 'A captivating book about Dorothy Wickenden's grandmother, who left her affluent East Coast life to 'rough it' as a teacher in Colorado in 1916'- Provided by publisher.

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Author: Lisa Taddeo
Publisher: Avid Reader Press / Simon & Schuster
Release Date: 07 July 2020
ISBN: 9781451642308
Pages: 336 pages
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