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JL Carr, born 20 May 1912, has an ardent following amongst those readers and collectors who are familiar with his work. He has attracted something of a cult following and his first two or three books are now fairly valuable and not common. He is also responsible for a large number of maps, all of which are undated and were issued by the Quince Tree Press. For those wishing to learn more about this author we would recommend The Last Englishman by Byron Rogers, an autobiography on Aurum Press 2003.
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Title   Date Notes
The Old Timers Private 1957 Fifty copies only
A Day in Summer Barrie 1963  
A Season in Sinji Alan Ross 1967  
The Red Windcheater Macmillan 1970 Wraps
The Dustman Ditto 1972 Paperback original
The Garage Mechanic Ditto 1972 Wrappers
The Harpole Report Secker 1972  
The Old Farm Coat Macmillan 1974 Wraps
Red Foal's Coat Ditto 1974 as above
How Steeple Sinderby Wanderers Won the FA Cup LME 1975  
The Green Children of the Woods Longman 1976 Paperback 1st
An Ear-Ring for Anna Beer Macmillan 1976 as Jim Carr
Gone with the Whirlywind Ditto 1980 Ditto
A Month in the Country Harvester 1980  
The Battle of Pollock's Crossing Viking 1985  
What Hetty Did Quince Tree 1988 Limited edition
Harpole and Foxberrow Quince Tree 1992 4,000 copies

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