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By: Grafton, Sue
Publisher: New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston., 1983
Edition: Book club edition..
Jacket edge worn with tiny chips to head of spine & bottom of rear panel. The author's 2nd Kinsey Millhone mystery. Kinsey is hired for what seems to be a very simple case. Finding a missing sister and there is a will to be settled. But nothing is as simple as it seems. View more info
Publisher: New York., Farrar Straus & Co., 1950.
Edition: Later printing.
History of the great opera house from its first performance to the Rudolph Bing era. Black & white photos throughout. View more info
Publisher: London., Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1921.
Edition: First Edition. The Musician's Bookshelf series.
Contains the author's monograph on the origin and development of Counterpoint and Harmony. Studies both Canto Fermo & Canto Dato. View more info
By: Welch, Chris.
Publisher: Chessington, Surrey, UK., Castle Communications., 1994.
The story of the short lived but legendary band comprised of Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker. By the music journalist, reviewer and critic with Melody Maker. View more info
Publisher: New York & Oxford., Oxford University Press., 1997.
Edition: 2nd printing.
The best adventures of twenty-five crime-solving twosomes. Contributions by Poe, Doyle, P.G. Wodehouse, R. Austin Freeman, Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, the Lockridges, Rex Stout, Margery Allingham, Patrick Quentin, Stuart Palmer & Craig Rice, Lilian Jackson Braun, Fredric Brown, Reginald Hill, Edward D. Hoch, & others including the editors. View more info
By: Ordway, Edith B.
Publisher: New York., George Sully & Co., (1917).
Edition: Second Edition. Revised & Enlarged.
Provides a synopsis of over 50 popular operas. Contains the composer, author, characters, plot by act, and information on the first production. View more info
Publisher: New York., Allen, Towne & Heath., 1947.
Edition: First U.S. Edition.
Frontis portrait of the great jazz innovator. Biography thru 1947 (Louis died in 1971). Goffin, the excellent Belgian music critic, was called "the first serious man of letters to take jazz seriously." View more info
Publisher: New Albany, IN., Jamey Aebersold., 1989.
13 Personal Favorites by the trombone great. Included are "Now's the Time," Walkin'," "Misterioso," & "Billie's Bounce." Transcribed by John Leisenring & Hunt Butler. View more info