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The Reader (Oprah's Book Club)

The Reader (Oprah's Book Club)

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The Reader (Oprah's Book Club)

by Bernhard Schlink

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ISBN 10
0375707972
ISBN 13
9780375707971
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Vintage. Used - Very Good. A bright, square, and overall a nice copy

Synopsis

Bernhard Schlink was born in Germany. He is the author of the internationally best-selling novel The Reader , which was an Oprah's Book Club selection. He lives in Bonn and Berlin.

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More Than Words Inc. US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
WAL-H-2b-001379
Title
The Reader (Oprah's Book Club)
Author
Bernhard Schlink
Book Condition
Used - Very Good
Binding
Unknown
ISBN 10
0375707972
ISBN 13
9780375707971
Publisher
Vintage
Place of Publication
New York
This edition first published
March 7, 1999

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