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Everest Calling by  Lorna Siggins - Presume 1st, No Addl. Printings - 1994 - from Brass DolphinBooks and Biblio.com

Everest Calling

by Siggins, Lorna

Condition: Very Good+/Very Good+


Edinburgh: Mainstream Publishing, 1994. Book. Very Good+. Hardcover. Presume 1st, No Addl. Printings. Good looking item, not newish, but carefully handled, no marking, or structural issues. bright, crisp text. Loosely laid in Buddha Air map. Tiny light stain top edge. Jacket a trifle edgeworn, no long tears, sharp i nits mylar wrapper. From the cover, "Ascent of the dark side: The Mallory-Irvine Ridge." *We feel that books offered for internet sale should be described thoroughly and accurately. Books listed by Brass Dolphin are so described, and graded, using the strict, traditional standards. For this reason, we have virtually zero returns.*.


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