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iUniverse, Inc, 2007-05-07. First Edition. Paperback. Like New. Signed by Author. Inscribed by author on half title page in black ink. First edition, first printing. Appears to be a book that was shelved but never read. No noticeable markings, tears, or other defects. Ships from author's home town of Kennebunkport.. Unconditional money back guarantee.
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- TangledWebMysteries (US)
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- The Early Morning Clapboarder: Poems
- Wilson, Neville
- Book condition
- New Like New
- Quantity available
- First Edition
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- iUniverse, Inc
- Date published
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Tangled Web Mysteries and Oddities was started in 1995 as a bookstore in downtown historic Salem, MA, and is now based in beautiful Kennebunkport, Maine. We are a Mother and Daughter run business, and have been selling online since 2001. We specialize in hard to find mystery series, children's books, and other collectible and hard to find titles.
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