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Parkersburg, Iowa: Mid-Prairie Books, 2000. Second printing. Paperback. Very Good +. Glossy stiff paper wraps are clean but show some rubbing and a few fine scratches in glaze. Reader's crease along front gutter. Binding is tight. Pages are clean and unmarked. Page 93/94 has a shadow-like bleed through of the printing on the other sides on the lower right quadrant of the pages only. There are eight pages of photos between pages 104 and 105. 212 pages including 8 pages of footnotes.
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- Black River Books (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Silence Broken
- Kim-Gibson, Dai Sil
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good +
- Quantity available
- Second printing
- Mid-Prairie Books
- Place of Publication
- Parkersburg, Iowa
- Date published
- Comfort houses; sex slaves, forced prostitution.
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Black River Books is a hobby that grew into a passion, then an internet business, and finally into a business with an actual store front. Having the store has caused us to minimize our online presence. We are located at 330 Kalamazoo St. Suite 2, in South Haven, MI 49090. Order online, should you find a treasure in our small collection, check out our website, or stop in and see our in-store collection of over 40,000 books in beautiful South Haven, on the Black River and the shores of Lake Michigan.
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