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A revolting transaction by  Barnaby Conrad - First Edition - 1983-01-01 - from The Civil War Book Shop (SKU: 200717001)

A revolting transaction

A revolting transaction by  Barnaby Conrad - First Edition - 1983-01-01 - from The Civil War Book Shop (SKU: 200717001)
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A revolting transaction

by Conrad, Barnaby

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  • hardcover
  • First
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ISBN 10
0877955344
ISBN 13
9780877955344
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Arbor House, 1983-01-01. Hardcover. New/New. 1983 First Edition, w/full number line. Hardcover w/new edge-worn dust jacket. Includes photocopied letter to former owner from author Barnaby Conrad. Clean, tight, bright with no tears, marks or highlighting. From The Civil War Book Shop- As close as your computer; as dependable as old Abe.

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Bookseller
The Civil War Book Shop US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
200717001
Title
A revolting transaction
Author
Conrad, Barnaby
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
New New
Jacket condition
New
Quantity available
1
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0877955344
ISBN 13
9780877955344
Publisher
Arbor House
Place of Publication
New York
Date published
1983-01-01

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The Civil War Book Shop

30 day return guarantee, with full refund including shipping costs for up to 30 days after delivery if an item arrives misdescribed or damaged. Our approach to customer satisfaction is simple, harkening back to a time when�a man\'s word was his bond, a hand shake sealed a�contract, and the Golden Rule really did rule. If you are�not�completely satisfied with your buying experience with The Civil War Book Shop, we will do our best to make things right. The Civil War Book Shop- \"As close as your computer; as dependable as old Abe.\" Contact us at: tcwbookshop@yahoo.com.

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About The Civil War Book Shop

My name is Michael Wise, and I am the proprietor of The Civil War Book Shop. I have been a Civil War buff since grade school, and enjoy visiting battle fields, reading about the war, and discussing it with friends. I am an avid reader, and enjoy browsing through book stores, making that special find and racing home to read it. For several years I have taken advantage of ordering books online, enjoying the convenience of door step delivery. After much research, I determined there is room for an internet book retailer devoted to the serious Civil War reader, collector, and history buff. For nearly five years The Civil War Book Shop has offered a select line of new, used, and collectible books. Along with American Civil War related books, we also offer items in categories such as Early American History, Native American, World War II, Other Wars, Business, Human Interest, Religion, Cooking, Gardening, Quilting, etc. These items are those that capture my interest (and my wife\'s) and that I think may interest others. I try to add new items each week, so check our store front often. My goal is to provide customers with the level of value, service, and convenience for which only the finest traditional, independent retailers are known.

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number line
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