Idly browsing the fields of the Web (tsk, tsk, CM would not have approved the metaphor), I came by complete chance upon a French used-book site, livre-rare-book.com (similar to Abebooks, Alibris or AddAll in English, it groups stock from a large number of antiquarian booksellers), where a simple search under "charles morgan" revealed an absolute treasure of French copies. Apart from the standard paperback editions from Stock, there were versions I'd never heard of, including two copies of a ?1970 translation of The Gunroom (as Le carré des midships), and three copies of Portrait dans un miroir illustrated with 48 water-colours by Philippe Jullian. Besides, there are copies of several of the novels leather-bound and/or printed on fine paper or vellum, and there is even a translation of Eiluned Lewis's edition of Selected Letters. For French or francophone Morganisti, or for those who love the French translations and CM's links with France and the Delamains, this is treasure indeed, and at extremely reasonable prices.
Roger Kuin, stumbling webmaster and lifelong admirer of Morgan's writing.