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Publisher: Thorndike, Maine., Thorndike Press.: 1995.
Edition: First U.S. Large Print Edition. Unabridged.
Seller ID: 16641
Condition: Fine. No dust jacket as issued.
Autobiography of Boy, the Mayle family's dog. As told by himself. Koren drawings throughout. View more info
Publisher: New York., Alfred A, Knopf.: 1993, 1994, 1998.
Edition: All the Pretty Horses. 23rd printing, The Crossing & Cities of the Plain. First Editions.
Seller ID: 18426
Condition: Very good in fine dust jackets. All three volumes clean in solid bindings. Light soil & damp stains to bottom edges of last two volumes.
A Modern Allegory. View more info
Publisher: New York., R. H. Russell.: 1901.
Edition: 1905 reprint.
Seller ID: 10604
Condition: Very good book. Very tight and clean with no discoloring to pages or photos. Slight spine slant and soiling to edges. No dust jacket.
Black & white tissued photo frontispiece and photos throughout from an early unidentified production. View more info
Publisher: Chicago., Sears Readers Club.: (1951).
Edition: Book club edition.
Seller ID: 14319
Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket. Book-plate, slight spine lean & light rubbing to extremities. Book is clean & solid. Jacket shelf worn with small chips at corners & spine ends. J. L. Pellicer cover painting very bright.
Author's first novel. Romance set in Tahiti during the colonial period. View more info
Publisher: New York., Viking Press.: 1959.
Edition: 3rd printing. SIGNED by the author on the front free endpaper. "Many good wishes, Phyllis McGinley."
Seller ID: 11188
Condition: Near fine in very good dust jacket. Book is tight and clean with no interior markings except for the author's inscription. Light edge soil. Jacket edge worn with small chip at head of spine.
After twenty-five years of writing poetry, this is the author's first novel. View more info
By: McLaren, Amy.
Publisher: New York & London., G. P. Putnam's Sons.: 1911.
Edition: 2nd printing, May 1911.
Seller ID: 15011
Condition: Good only. Spine slant. Wear to spine ends & corners. Light soil to boards. Cracked at front gutter & rear adverts. Dust soil to top edge. Former owner's penciled signature. Text bright with no discoloring.
Set in Scotland. The story of a highland chieftain of reduced means. View more info
Publisher: New York., Scribner's.: (1917).
Edition: The Modern Student's Library edition.
Seller ID: 14108
Condition: Very good in uncommon orange printed dust jacket. Spine lean & soil to edges. Text bright in tight binding. Jacket faded with edge wear & closed tears on rear panel.
Publisher: New York., George H. Doran Co.: c1921.
Edition: Later printing.
Seller ID: 9935
Condition: Good lacking dust jacket. Rubbing to boards with light soil to edges. Front hinge cracked. Not loose. Text is tight and clean.
Pictorial endpapers. Illustrated throughout by Thomas Fogarty with color frontispiece. View more info
Publisher: New York., Harcourt Brace & Co.: 1929.
Seller ID: 16601
Condition: Very good lacking dust jacket. Fading to spine & top front panel edge. Binding is square & tight with bright text & illustrations.
Woodcut illustration throughout including chapter headings, title page and eight full-page View more info
Publisher: Chicago., The White House Publishers.: c1924.
Edition: Early reprint.
Seller ID: 14590
Condition: Good only. Soil & wear to boards. Former owner's signature on front free endpaper. Crack at title page. Text clean. A reading copy lacking dust jacket.
By: Murger, Henri.
Publisher: Salt Lake City., Peregrine Smith Books.: 1988.
Seller ID: 17088
Condition: Fine in pictorial wrappers.
Collected stories published in France in 1851. Basis for Puccini's 1896 opera, La Boheme. And, for the current musical Rent. With the original introduction by D. B. Wyndham Lewis & new introduction by Herbert Josephs. Translated by Elizabeth Ward Hugus. Illustrations from the 1930 Dodd Mead edition. View more info
Publisher: New York., Grosset & Dunlap.: (1928).
Seller ID: 15201
Condition: Very good in good dust jacket. Jacket worn at extremities with small chips at spine ends & corners. Cover illustration bright in mylar. Light dust soil to top edge. Book is square & tight with no internal markings.
First published by Doubleday, Doran and Co. Three World War I short stories set in 1918 France. By the author of "Chevrons." View more info
Publisher: Philadelphia., Triangle Books. The Blakiston Co.: 1946.
Seller ID: 14314
Condition: Very good in like dust jacket. Book-plate. Pages toned. Book is tight & clean. Jacket lightly rubbed & edge worn. Period cover illustration bright.
World War II love story. View more info
By: Norris, Frank.
Publisher: New York., Doubleday, Page & Co.: 1903
Edition: First Edition. Printer's imprint present. Same date on title and copyright page.
Seller ID: 7466
Condition: Very good book. Gilt cover lettering and wheat decoration still bright. Slight edge wear on spine.
The second in the unfinished Epic of the Wheat trilogy. View more info
Publisher: Cleveland., World Publishing Co.: 1946.
Seller ID: 14284
Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket. Former owner's name & address on front free endpaper. Dust soil to top edge & pages starting to darken as is usual with this publisher. Jacket edge worn with small chips at head of spine & small closed tear at bottom of rear panel. Lovely uncredited cover illustration bright.
With new introduction by Kathleen Norris' husband Charles G. Norris. Moving story of a mother's love for her children. View more info
Publisher: New York., Books, Inc.: 1944.
Edition: Reprint of 1943 Duell edition.
Seller ID: 18868
Condition: Near fine in good dust jacket. Light bump to foot of spine. Book is square & tight with bright text in solid binding. Jacket edge worn with chips at spine ends and bottom of front & rear panels. Tape repairs to verso.
The first novel in the Todd McKinnon series. Set in San Francisco. An innocent young woman's involvement in murder. View more info
By: Offutt, Chris.
Publisher: New York., Simon & Schuster.: 1997.
Edition: First Edition.
Seller ID: 18704
Condition: Fine in wraps.
Signed & dated (2/97) by the author on the title page. Advance reading copy. "A powerful first novel of revenge and retribution." View more info