2 edition of The ruin of rural England found in the catalog.
The ruin of rural England
Jason Lewis Roberts
Written in English
Thesis (Ph.D.) - Loughborough University, 1997.
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You cannot go far in rural England without running into a row about postal services. Wootton, in west Oxfordshire, is as good an example as any. A pretty, grey-stone village of about The Ruins is a horror novel by American author Scott Smith, set on Mexico 's Yucatan Peninsula.
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