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"N" is for Noose by  Sue Grafton - First Edition - 1998 - from Heritage Books (SKU: F35131)

"N" is for Noose

"N" is for Noose by  Sue Grafton - First Edition - 1998 - from Heritage Books (SKU: F35131)
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"N" is for Noose

by Grafton, Sue

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  • hardcover
  • First
Very Good +/Very Good+ DJ
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New York: Henry Holt, 1998. First Edition. Very Good +/Very Good+ DJ. 8vo = over 9". Maroon hard covers with silver printing on black spine. Stamped capital N on front cover. Slight bumping on corners. First edition. Former owner's address sticker on front end paper. Very clean with tight binding. DJ has minor wear marks on front and back covers.


Sue Grafton spends part of the year in Kentucky and the rest in California.  All of her Alphabet Mysteries are available from Random House AudioBooks, read by Judy Kaye. About the Reader Judy Kaye has appeared on Broadway in Oh Brother , Grease , and On the Twentieth Century , and won the Tony Award for her performance in The Phantom of the Opera .  She also created the role of Emma Goldman in Ragtime . "Judy Kaye . . . is hilariously on target." -- Newsweek "It's hard to imagine anyone doing a better job with Grafton's popular alphabet series than Tony winner Judy Kaye." -- L.A. Life


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Heritage Books US (US)
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"N" is for Noose
Grafton, Sue
Book condition
Used - Very Good +
Jacket condition
Very Good+ DJ
First Edition
Henry Holt
Place of Publication
New York
Date published
289 pp
8vo = over 9"

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Southampton, Massachusetts
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About Heritage Books

Our bookshop is located in the historic town library building of Southampton, Massachusetts. Southampton lies within the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts with a view of Pomeroy Mountain to the West and Mt. Tom to the North. It is situated between the artistic, vibrant communities of Easthampton and Northampton and the city of Westfield. We have a collection of over 40,000 books with many more waiting to be unboxed and squeezed onto our shelves. The large double-door front entrance will lead you to our main floor where we hold a wide range of fiction and non-fiction titles, as well as a good selection of scarce and rare editions. The original fireplace is surrounded by hardbacks and you can peer out the original nine-foot windows. Take the staircase to the basement and you will find our large children's section and many shelves full of paperbacks. Our physical address is 225 College Highway/Route 10. Our mailing address is 241 College Highway & Clark St. P.O. Box 100 Southampton, MA 01073. The store hours indicated are by appointment only Monday through Friday, and Saturday and Sunday you can stop in. Please call to schedule an appointment if you can't make it to the store on the weekends from 11 am to 3 pm.


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