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Bad Land

Bad Land

Bad Land
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Bad Land

by Raban, Jonathan

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Picador, 1996-01-01. Hardcover. New. In shrink wrap.

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Jonathan Raban is the author of Soft City, Arabia, Old Glory, Foreign Land, For Love and Money, Coasting , and Hunting Mr. Heartbreak . He won the W.H. Heinemann Award for Literature in 1982 and the Thomas Cook Award in 1981 and 1991. He has also edited the Oxford Book of the Sea . He lives in Seattle.

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Title
Bad Land
Author
Raban, Jonathan
Format/Binding
Hardcover
Book Condition
New
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ISBN 10
0330346210
ISBN 13
9780330346214
Publisher
Picador
Place of Publication
London
Date Published
1996-01-01

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