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The Rescuers (Essential Modern Classics) [Paperback]

Margery Sharp
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"A devastating mixture of magic and fantasy."
Evening News

“Margery Sharp is an adept describer of situations; whether comic or merely piquant, embarrassing or exciting. Her dialogue is brilliant, uncannily true. Her taste is excellent: she is an excellent story teller”
The Tatler

From the Back Cover

"You can't cheer a prisoner in the
Black Castle," said the old mouse.
"But you can get him out," said the chairwoman.

Silence falls among the mice at the meeting of the Prisoner's Aid Society when the chairwoman makes her daring suggestion. Who would be brave enough to rescue a prisoner from the terrible Black Castle? It's time to turn to – Miss Bianca!

"A devastating mixture of magic and fantasy."
'Evening News'

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About the Author

Margery Sharp was born in 1905. She is best known for her books for children, but she also wrote for adults. She was a prolific writer in her long career: twenty six novels for adults, fourteen stories for children, four plays, two mysteries, as well as numerous short stories. She died in 1991

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