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The Making of a Saint (CENTENARY EDITION) [Paperback] [Jan 01, 1975]

by Saint Therese , the Little Flower

Condition: Very Good

Very Good. Centenary edition; very good mass market paperback (Tan, 1976, 157 pages); pages like new except for one minor dog-ear, clean, tight, unmarked; binding sound, one spine-crease; minimal crease at top fore-edge corner of front cover; on its way to you the same or next day in bubblewrap; email confirmation; standard (media) mail takes 4-14 days; expedited (priority) mail takes 2-5 days; international orders go by airmail (6-10 days).
  • Bookseller: Miriam Rose Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 18-150t
  • Title: The Making of a Saint (CENTENARY EDITION) [Paperback] [Jan 01, 1975]
  • Author: Saint Therese , the Little Flower
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Paperback


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