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THE WINDOWS OF ELISSA

by Ray, Mary

Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket


United Kingdom: Faber & Faber Limited. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1982. First Edition. Hardcover. 0571118313 . A Near Fine First Edition hardcover in a Very Good dustjacket. The book is in clean brown boards, with slightly bumped spine ends and sharp corners. Internally, number printed on front endpaper, clean pages. The bright dustjacket is lightly bumped to the edges, with one small closed tear to the upper back panel - supplied in a new removable archival sleeve. Carefully packaged and posted within 48 hours from our wee bookshop in Scotland. .


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