Phillpotts, Eden.CONNIE WOODLAND. London Hutchinson 1956 First Edition Very Good Very Good 240 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" H). "In one love Connie is unshakeable: that which she feels for the wild countryside of Dartmoor. But when it comes to the young men in her life she is less decided. There is much to be said for either - for the attractive young master carpenter, Robert Fontaine, of romantic French extraction, and for George Redvers, the honest young labourer, as simple-minded as herself. And if Robert shows less than respect for the country which is so dear to Connie, it is true also that George likes to shoot the wild creatures she loves. But it is more momentous matters than these which force Connie to make her choice, and in doing so, to act against her true heart. In this story of West Country life the problems of various characters are at least resolved when, with the coming of the 1914 war, each in his own fashion finds that he can serve his fellows. In its wisdom, its wit, and its warmheartedness it is typical of its author. Eden Phillpotts is a veteran storyteller still without rivals in the telling of a country tale." Very small light stain on page 133, 4 small lines of notation blacked out and small Chistmas gift inscription on front pastedown, front free endpaper has two soft creases and area of light browning, tiny bump at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has been price clipped, has minor edge wear/wrinkling, a few small light soiling marks on spine.