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Queen of the Wind

by Townsend, Tom

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Austin, Tex.: Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum. Good in Good jacket Good in Good jacket Very Good in Very Good jacket Ex-Library. 0.8 x 6.5 x 9.5 inches. Condition Very good, DJ very good in mylar glued to boards, ex-library with usual markings, library barcode on front of mylar, 1st edition, like new. From School Library Journal-Grade 8 Up--Townsend offers readers a typical romance with the extra fillip of ocean sailing and racing. Blaze, 19, arrives as a newly hired sailing instructor at a Texas coast sailing school. Jack Trent, owner of the school, is one of the leading men, along with another instructor and an English rock star. The sailing expertise seems well integrated, and is considerably more involving than the slightly confusing plot. The story develops through the tangle of racing rivalries and angry misunderstandings between star-crossed lovers that this genre's fans thrive on. As usual, a close female friend is lacking, and sex is more implied than explicit. Readers are told that the heroine is strong and independent, yet interest is centered on her romantic relationships rather than her sailing skills. Series romance readers may enjoy this one, complete with contrived suspense at chapter endings, childish pranks that result in emotional confrontations, headstrong recklessness that pays off, and absolutely no realistic work or struggling to succeed. Other readers looking for depth and character development can skip it. --Carol A. Edwards, East Central Regional Library, Cambridge, MN Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc. . Good. Hardcover. First Edition. 1989.


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Jen's Books US (US)
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Queen of the Wind
Townsend, Tom
Book condition
Used - Good
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First Edition
Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum
Place of Publication
Austin, Tex.
Date published
SAILING--FICTION, TEXAS FICTION 10/2 date books Children's Books

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Most are shipped the same day, all books will be shipped within 3 days of payment. Returns.1. Incorrect Book/Not As Described/Damaged: You are eligible for a full refund of the purchase price, including shipping costs, if your return is a result of an error on my part. To receive a refund, you must return your item directly to Jen's Books within 30 days of the estimated delivery date and in the same condition you received it in. 2. Book Did Not Arrive. You are eligible for a full refund of the purchase price, including shipping costs, if your book does not arrive between the estimated delivery date + 15 days and the estimated delivery date + 30 days. (For example if your estimated delivery date was November 1st, you would be eligible for a refund if the book still had not arrived by November 16th. You could initiate the return until December 1st.) 3. Changed Your Mind If you have changed your mind about a book that you have ordered, please contact me directly to request a return. You will be refunded the price of the book (not including original or return shipping charges). I will be happy to accommodate these requests for books in the same condition as when shipped.

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A small town used and collectable books, store in an historic bank building. Light clean and well organized.


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