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N is for Noose (SIGNED) by  Sue Grafton - Signed First Edition - May 15, 1998 - from Charm City Books (SKU: BS000019C)

N is for Noose (SIGNED)

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N is for Noose (SIGNED)

by Grafton, Sue

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May 15, 1998. Hardcover. HARDBACK. Hand Signed by the author, Sue Grafton, to the Full Title page. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING copy. NOT Inscribed to anyone or by anyone. Absolutely Brand New condition book with a flawless first state Dust Jacket with "0598" on the lower inside front flap. First Edition/First Printing copy with number line "13579108642" and "First Edition--1998" printed on the copyright page. THIS A "GIFT GIVING" QUALITY BOOK! NOT Remaindered. NOT Inscribed, NOT Ex-library, NOT Book Club Edition, NOT Price clipped ($25.00). Looks like it was never read and only opened to Sign. ***Covered in a removable Mylar plastic cover to protect the dust jacket.*** Book has no flaws. NOT signed by a PUBLISHER tipped-in, or laid in page or bookplate as many books are today! (Note: Publishers are now attempting to pass off books as "Signed" by inserting author signed sheets at the time of printing!). Dust jacket is in brand new condition. First Edition, First Printing, hand SIGNED to the full title page by Sue Grafton. No inscription; full signature only. Publication date: May 15, 1998. No foxing on the edges. Interior pages are white, clean, and unmarked. Boards are tight. No names, writing, underlining, highlighting, creases, prior owner inscriptions, bookplates, etc. Henry Holt & Company, New York, NY, U.S.A., 1998. Number Line: 13579108642. 294 Pages. ISBN: 0-8050-3650-4. Series: Kinsey Millhone. Stored in a smoke-free environment. FREE USPS tracking and book shipped in a box. ALWAYS wrapped securely for added protection. I may have multiple copies of this book for sale. If I do, all were signed the same day, at the same signing event, at the same time, using the same pen by the author. I use only one listing photo of the signed book page for all the listings, and each signature page, naturally, may be slightly different. I welcome any questions you might have. BS000019C.


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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N is for Noose (SIGNED)
Grafton, Sue
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I sell mostly Modern First Editions. Most of my inventory is Hand Signed First Edition/First Printing Hardcovers. I also carry a collection of Brand New & Like New, Signed and Unsigned Franklin Library & Easton Press Books. I will accept offers on any book I have. If your offer is accepted, you are committed to buy. I will then reduce the price of the item ON THIS SITE so you can purchase the item or book on this site using their check-out...


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