Horseman’s Island

Catherine and the Conways are spending their holidays in Ireland, at the Conway’s home, Sheen Hall, from which they can see Horseman’s Island.

Publishing history
Country Life, London, 1950, illus Stanley Lloyd
Westminster, Philadelphia PA:, 1950.

Catherine and the Conways are spending their holidays in Ireland, at the Conway’s home, Sheen Hall, from which they can see Horseman’s Island. A long ago Sir Francis Blakeney once raced his enemy Sir Dennis McNare in a race across the causeway to the island to decide who owned it, and Catherine finds she has to ride a similar race against a McNare, as well as solve the mystery of the red-headed boy, and a series of mysterious thefts.

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Marjorie Mary Oliver