Spine and corners bumped. Covers creased.
Looking back, young Martin Haverard felt it all began when Sue exclaimed, It’s beautiful! It was then that the old music pavilion which he, his brother John, sister Brenda, and cousins Sue and Mandy, had discovered tucked away among the outbuildings at the back of Kitsons, really came to life. It was then, too, that the children decided the pavilion must be preserved and restored as a place of historical interest along with The Corders, the old cobbled street of picturesque, tumble-down houses where successive generations of cobblers had made shoes for over five hundred years. Both were threatened by the activities of an unscrupulous London firm of developers.