INTERFERENCE by Roland Pertwee & Harold Dearden

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INTERFERENCE by Roland Pertwee & Harold Dearden

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At a Remembrance Day service in London, Deborah Kane spots her old flame Philip Voaze who was supposedly killed during World War I. She discovers that he has actually survived the fighting and has been living under an assumed identity.

First performed at the St James Theatre London in 1927 starring Gerald du Maurier

Published by Samuel French

86 pages

Some annotations throughout. A bit worn.

Weight 0.200 kg