Maybe there should be a special raffle at Ozarkcon for
the book. Anybody
named "Snaw" would get a free chance.
On 03/13/2017 01:46 PM, Robert Rode
> To David ..Martin I recently bought a copy of that
book, not hard
> cover but heavy paper,.. it isnt such a pretty book
as u mention, it
> was shipped from England, from a book trader, cost me
just under $4
> including shipping,..hope you find the right buyer,..
> book, tells the trial and problems being a spy,..I
expected more of it
> to be about Radios than cutting fences and such, I am
> just the same,.. maybe you shud do the same,...just
> W9ESX Chicago..
> On Mon, Mar 13, 2017 at 12:19 PM, David Martin
> > wrote:
> Back in January I found a copy of the book "Two Eggs
On My Plate"
> on the internet.
> I didn't know it at the time, but this copy was in
New Zealand. I
> don't know if it was first sold in New Zealand, I
assume it was
> since it has an ink stamp for a book seller named "J.
> LTD." and that New Zealand book company was
'dissolved' in 1988.
> There is also a handwritten note inside the front
> "To Snaw, Xmas 1952. From Peter", if I read the 'to'
> correctly. To me the recorded date was of most
> This book is almost (if not) 65 years old and given
it's age, I
> would say it is in 'excellent' condition. There are a
> places on the hard cover that just show the least
> wear/age, and the pages are discolored a bit with the
> the back side of the last page next to the interior
of the back cover.
> If you search Amazon for this title you will find a
picture of the
> book, and the one I have looks just like that
> Like I said, this book is in fantastic condition for
a 65 year old
> I can't make up my mind whether to keep it as a
> possession on the book shelf, or let the highest
bidder have it to
> enjoy the true story it contains about a Norwegian
man and his
> efforts as a spy/resistance fighter during WWII
against the German
> occupation of Norway.
> David Martin - NA1MH
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