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Serpent in Paradise by  Stephanie James - Paperback - Paperback Original - 1983 - from Seattle Mystery Bookshop and

Serpent in Paradise

by James, Stephanie

Condition: Good to Very Good


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New York: Silhouette, 1983. Paperback Original. Mass Market Paperback. Good to Very Good. Signed on title page. Spine is creased and cocked, top right corner of cover is lightly creased and a few of the first 24 pages have a bent top corner. #9 in the Silhouette Intimate Moments series. Psuedonym of Jayne Ann Krentz. In protective plastic bag.

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Mass Market
Mass market paperback books, or MMPBs, are printed for large audiences cheaply.  This means that they are smaller, usually ...[more]
title page
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Refers to a state where the spine of a book is lightly "twisted" in such a way that the front and rear boards of a book do not a...[more]
The outer portion of a book which covers the actual binding. The spine usually faces outward when a book is placed on a shelf. A...[more]
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