London: Book Club Associates. Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket; Some shelf wear and tear to unclipped . DJ, some foxing to endpapers and edges of reading block. ; BCA CN2615. . Black cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Nice tight copy, no names . inside. Very heavy book and priced accordingly.. 1999. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Book Club Edition . First Printing; 1088 pages; Omnibus edition of the complete Emma Grady trilogy. The story of an orphan betrayed by her Uncle and transported to Australia as a convict. .
London: The Book Club. Good+ with no dust jacket; Missing DJ, some creasing and grime to boards, . paper starting to tone with some heavy foxing to front endapers. ; Red . cloth boards with black lettering to spine. Good reading copy, no names . inside.. 1956. Reprint. Hardcover. Book Club Edition . First Printing; 244 pages; A very young widow and her stepdaughter seek quiet amusement in Bath. .
London: Pan Books. Very Good+; Light shelf and edge wear, some foxing toegdes of reading . block. ; Nice tight copy, no names or marks inside. Cover artwork by Larry . Rostant. Heavy book and priced accordingly.. 2003. Reprint. Paperback. First Printing; 448 pages; A small group of Romans loyal to the last Roman Emperor of the West try to rescue him from the clutches of those who have taken him prisoner. They are the Last Legion, and their audacious plan is to free the young Emperor Romulus Augustus and his tutor Meridius Ambrosinus and guide him on a dramatic journey of escape. ; 0330489755 .
New York: Vintage Books. Good; Some edge and shelf wear with bump to top of spine and base of rear . cover, light sunning to top edge of front cover and some indented blind . scribble, slight ripplig to later leaves. ; First American paperback . edition. Good reading copy. Cover design by John Gall.. 2003. Reprint. Paperback. First Printing; 334 pages; In 1886 a shy, middle-aged piano tuner named Edgar Drake receives an unusual commission from the British War Office: to travel to the remote jungles of northeast Burma and there repair a rare piano belonging to an eccentric army surgeon who has proven mysteriously indispensable to the imperial design. ; 1400030382 .
London: The Book Club. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Minor shelf wear and grime to . unclipped DJ, some pencil crayon scribble to front endpaper, some foxing . to endpapers and edges of reading block. ; Pale blue cloth boards with . black lettering to spine. Nice tight copy, no names inside. DJ artwork by . Felix Kelly.. 1959. Reprint. Hardcover. Book Club Edition . 320 pages; A story of the start of the English Civil War set in a small Oxfordshire village and of the fortunes of the Haslewood family. .
London: Corgi. Good; Some reading and cover creasing, slightly concaved spine, some . foxing to endpapers and edges of reading block, final page loose and laid . in. ; No names inside. Heavy book and priced accordingly.. 1985. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 496 pages; 'Although the story of the Barshinskeys, which became our story too, stretched over many summers and winters, that golden time of 1902 was when our strange involved relationship began, when our youthful longing for the exotic took a solid and restless hold upon us...' . A compelling story of two familys, one English, the other Russian, that moves from a small Kentish village to London, and from war-torn St Petersburg to a Quaker relief unit in the Volga provinces during the Revolutionary war. ; 0552126411 .
London: New English Library Ltd. Very Good-; Some reading and cover creases, tiny ink numerals to front . endpaper, some foxing to endpapers and edges of reading block. ; Nice . tight copy, no names inside. Wrap around cover artwork uncredited. Heavy . book and priced accordingly.. 1986. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 416 pages; The story of a great love, and of the building of a monument to that love that would inspire millions down through the centuries. ; 0450058972 .
New York: Signet. Near Fine; Minor shelf wear. ; Nice tight flat copy, no names or marks . inside, appears unread.. 1991. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . Fifth Printing; 352 pages; Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1988. Set in Ohio just after the American Civil War, a profound chronicle of slavery and its aftermath. ; 0451156595 .
Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books. Good+; Some reading creases and shelf wear, ink name and date plus book . plate to title, small open tear to map at front. ; Heavy book and priced . accordingly. Wrap around cover artwork uncredited.. 1991. Reprint. Paperback. Fourth Printing; 800 pages; Three people in 13th century England caught in a web of intrigue, betrayal and love. King John, Prince Llewelyn and John's daughter Joanna. ; 0140133402 .
London: Hodder & Stoughton. Very Good with no dust jacket; Missing DJ, sunned spine, corners lightly . bumped, some foxing to edges of reading block. ; Red cloth boards with . black lettering to spine, front board blind embossed decoration, red . endpapers. Nice tight copy, no names inside.. 1938. Hardcover. Fourth Printing; 252 pages; Orczy turns Betterton, the leading male actor and theatre manager of his day, into a Restoration version of her more famous creation The Scarlet Pimpernel as he attempts to foil a republican plot to overthrow the newly restored king. .
London: Victor Gollancz. Good with no dust jacket; Missing DJ, corners lightly bumped and rubbed . with small splits to base of lightly sunned spine, tape shadows to inside . covers, ink stamp and old price to front endpaper, some foxing to . endpapers. ; Red cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine.. 1955. Hardcover. Eighth Printing; 328 pages; The story of five generations of an Irish family and of the copper mine on Hungry Hill with which their fate and fortunes are closely bound. .
London: Headline. Very Good-; Some reading and cover creases, light edge and shelf wear, ink . name to front endpaper, tny closed tear to rear endpaper, some foxing to . edges of reading block. ; Nice tight copy. Wrap around cover artwork by . Len Thurston.. 1992. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . Seventh Printing; 352 pages; By 1870 Emma Grady has spent seven years of servitude as a convict in Australia. Now, having earned her ticket to leave she still feels bound to the colony by chains of honour and friendship. Yet Emma lives for the day when she will return to England, to face those who cheated and betrayed her. And to Marlow Tanner, the man she loves - and whose tragic child she had borne and then lost. ; 0747240760 .
London: Corgi. Very Good; Light cover creases, some edge and shelf wear, paper starting . to tone at edges. ; Nice tight flat copy, no names or marks inside. Wrap . around cover artwork uncredited. Heavy book and priced accordingly.. 1977. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . Fourth Printing; 688 pages; Csardas, a traditional Hungarian folk dance, is the epic story of the fortunes of the enchanting Ferenc sisters from their glittering beginnings in aristocratic Hungary, through the traumas of two World Wars. ; 0552103756 .
London: Star Books. Very Good+; Minor edge wear to lightly sunned spine, light foxing to edges . of reading block. ; First paperback edition. Nice tight flat copy, no . names inside, appears unread. Heavy book and priced accordingly.. 1987. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 432 pages; Women had always loved Henry T Roberts, from innocent young virgins to practised whores. But of them all it was Augusta Pierce who was prepared to follow him across the great Amrican continent in search of his destiny. It was the time when the Silver Kings of Colorado were at their wealthiest, and none more so than Roberts. But Roberts must face up to temptation and guilt, the guilt of betraying a devoted woman, and the guilt of being a thousand times richer than he ever deserved. ; 0352320141 .
London: Grafton Books. Very Good; Minor cover creasing and shelf wear, some foxing to endpapers . and edges of reading block. ; Nice tight copy, no names inside, appears . unread. Cover artwork by Richard Clifton-Dey. Heavy book and priced . accordingly.. 1988. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . 544 pages; She was a London chorus girl. He was a Captain of Lancers, newly returned from the horrors of war in West Africa. Together they wre prisoners of love... ; 0586074686 .
London: Futura Publications. Very Good+; Sunned spine, old price sticker upon remains of f=previous to . front cover, some foxing. ; Nice tight flat copy, no names inside, appears . unread. Wrap around cover artwork uncredited. Heavy book and priced . accordingly.. 1986. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . Fourth Printing; The China Coast Trilogy; Vol. 1; 768 pages; When John Denton arrived in Shanghai in 1903 to join the Customs Service, he began a love affair with the city that would last over forty years... ; 0708829139 .
London: Sphere Books. Very Good; Light reading creases and shelf wear, some foxing. ; Nice tight . copy, no names inside. Heavy book and priced accordingly.. 1989. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 592 pages; England, 1568. Ten years into the reign of Elizabeth and the country still seeths with unrest as it struggles to establish itself as a world power. The greatest burden in this endeavour falls upon the seamen of England. Two such men are Richard and John Tavistock embroiled in the ruthless world of international espionage and internal intrigue...; 0747401950 .
London: HarperCollins. Fair; Some reading and cover creases, some edge and shelf wear, sunned . spine, tiny ink mark to inside front cover, missing front endpaper, some . foxing. ; Reading copy only. Wrap around cover artwork uncredited.. 1995. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; The Noble Trilogy; Vol. 1; 304 pages; Young Anna McIntyre's indomitable spirit has won her many friends in the Argyllshire village where she lives. She is liked by everyone, especially Lady Pandora of the Big House, who's reminded of her young self in this lively girl, and by her nephew, Peter, who falls deeply in love with Anna. However the person who should be closest to her, her father, resents her deeply for reasons she cannot understand...; 0006490131 .
London: Panther. Very Good; Some creasing to spine, some foxing to edges of reading block. . ; Panther 1878. First paperback edition. Nice tight flat copy, no names . inside, appears unread. Cover artwork uncredited.. 1965. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 320 pages; An epic tale of the Florida Everglades. A novel of violent men, and the land and women they subdue and claim. .
London: Diamond Books. Good+; Light reading creases and some edge wear, slight rippling to . reading block presumable caused by compression, some grime and foxing to . edges of reading block. ; Good reading copy, no names inside. Cover . artwork uncredited. Heavy book and priced accordingly.. 1993. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 560 pages; Epic love story in the vein of Gone with the Wind but set in Revolutionary France.1782, and whilst the monarchy still holds sway over France, the rumblings of a discontented people grow louder. Madeleine Fleury, a supporter of the revolutionary cause, is recruited to work for an underground press in the Palais-Royal. But her new master has further plans for the beautiful young girl - plans with which Madeleine does not intend to comply. Fleeing from her lascivious captor, Madeleine is assisted by a handsome young naval officer - a brief encounter which is to change the course of her life... ; 1858134064 .