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A Gentlema's Honor
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A Gentlema's Honor

By Laurens, Stephanie

Avon Books, 2003. NEW PAPERBACK BOOK IN UNREAD CONDITION. VERY MINOR SHELF WEAR ON EDGES. BLACKK PEN MARK ON BOTTOM OF BOOK. . Paperback. New/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

When Seducing a Spy
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When Seducing a Spy

By Robins, Sari

Avon Books, 2007. Paperback. New/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

Lord of Scoundrels
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Lord of Scoundrels

By Chase, Loretta

Avon Books, 2007. Paperback. New/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

My Lady Scandalous (Grace Dalrymple Elliott )
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My Lady Scandalous (Grace Dalrymple Elliott )

By Manning, Jo

Simon & Schuster, 2005. New hardcover book with dust jacket. Very minor shelf wear on edges. Pages crisp and clean. . Hard Cover. New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$23.95

Much Ado About You
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Much Ado About You

By James, Eloisa

Harper Collins, 2006. New paperback in unread condition. Book Description: Tess Essex wished her father had loved his Thoroughbreds a bit less and his daughters a bit more. Now, after his death, Tess, Imogen, Annabel, and Josephine find themselves with a new guardian: Rafe Jourdain, the Duke of Holbrook. Although Holbrook is exceedingly kind, he is completely clueless when it comes to finding suitable matches for his new wards. Deciding that it is up to her, Tess encourages the romantic overtures of one of Holbrook's closest friends, Garret Langham, the Earl of Mayne. Titled, handsome, and sophisticated, Garret is an entirely appropriate suitor for Tess, and his society connections will help Tess secure good husbands for her sisters. The only problem is that even though Tess is resigned to a politely civilized marriage to Garret, she just can't seem to forget the less acceptable Lucius Felton and his deliciously improper kisses. In the first in a new series featuring the wonderfully amusing Essex sisters, New York Times best-selling James' gift for superb characterization and elegantly sensual, delightfully witty prose create a thoroughly romantic treat. . Paperback. As New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$9.95

Masque of the Black Tulip
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Masque of the Black Tulip

By Willig, Lauren

NAL Trade New paperback in unread condition. . Paperback. As New/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$11.95

Rival Queens: A Novel of Murder in Eighteenth-Century London, The
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Rival Queens: A Novel of Murder in Eighteenth-Century London, The

By Morgan, Fidelis

Harper Paperbacks, 2003. Trade Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No creasing on binding edge. Very minor shelf wear on edges of papeback cover. ISBN# 0060522062. 2003 edition. Publisher: Harper Collins. 352 pages long. Approx: 8 by 5 by 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. BOOK DESCRIPTION: In her second bawdy, madcap adventure (after 2001's Unnatural Fire), the incomparable Anastasia, Lady Ashby de la Zouche, Countess of Clapham, Baroness Penge (and former mistress to Charles II), aided by her faithful maid, Alpiew, faces "a brace of murders, an illicit marriage ceremony, an escape of a prisoner from the Tower, bribery, corruption at the highest level, a burglary and an abduction." When she doesn't run fast enough, bailiffs temporarily deposit the Countess in a "sponging house" for debtors. At other times such blackguards as Lord Giles Rakewell and his hooligans, the Tityre-tus gang, harass her. Morgan, a British actress and expert on Restoration comedy, brings 1700 London intensely to life, from the filth-ridden Thames to teeming Covent Garden, home to pickpockets, actors and writers. The Countess and Alpiew eke out a livelihood writing gossip for the London Trumpet, as well as planting "puff," or publicity. A lot of the fun derives from walk-ons by real people, such as the actor and playwright Colley Cibber, famous in his day for "improving upon the work of a barbarous Elizabethan third-rater named Shakespeare." Living nearby is an incorrigible old lecher who gives the Countess his memoirs. She figures it may prop a table-surely no one will ever read Samuel Pepys. Restoration England will never be the same after this romp.. Trade Paperback. New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$10.95

Echoes (Berkley Sensation)
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Echoes (Berkley Sensation)

By Grady, Erin

Berkley Books, 2004. BOOK DESCRIPTION: A first-time Sensation author delivers thrilling romantic suspense. Tess Carson's sister has disappeared after being implicated in the suspicious murder of her boss. The victim's son, Grant Weston, appears to want to help, but Tess is wary of his true intentions. But when Tess begins having visions of another time and place, she starts to suspect that she may hold the key to finding her sister.. Paperback. New/None. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

River Knows, The
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River Knows, The

By Quick, Amanda

Penguin Group, 2008. Paperback book is in good to very good condition. Soft cover shows signs of shelf wear on edges. Inside of book pages are and clean; no stains. Some creasing on book edge from being read a few times. Publisher: Penguin. 2008 edition. ISBN 9780515144369. Pictorial cover on front. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: The suspense begins with the first sentence of this romantic mystery from the pseudonymous Quick (Jayne Ann Krentz uses this pseudonym for her Victorian novels). Gossip spreads fast about the liaison between "unimportant, unfashionable, excessively dull" Louisa Bryce and wealthy, handsome Anthony Stalbridge. In reality, their first kiss was a spur-of-the-moment coverup when the two are caught snooping around Elwin Hastings's mansion. Louisa, an undercover reporter for the sensational newspaper, Flying Intelligencer, is investigating Hastings's crooked financial dealings, while Anthony seeks the truth about his fiancée, one of three society women who supposedly committed suicide a year ago. Under the guise of their romance, Louisa and Anthony expose Hastings's many criminal schemes. Their relationship isn't all business, however, and Louisa's profession isn't her only secret. Quick's tightly woven tale allows little room for extraneous subplots--every cracked safe and mysterious prostitute plays an important role. Light humor and playful love scenes temper the more gruesome moments for an alluring combination of foggy nights and steamy afternoons. (Apr.) . Paperback. Good+/None. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$5.95

Beneath a Silent Moon
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Beneath a Silent Moon

By Grant, Tracy

HarperCollins Publishers, 2004. Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No signs of wear or damage. Very very minor shelf wear on edges of papeback cover. ISBN 0061032107. 2003 edition. Publisher: Harper Torch. 464 pages long. Approx: 7 by 4 by 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. BOOK DESCRIPTION: The task had taken shape thanks to the end of a war and the inconvenient way secrets had of bubbling to the surface. It went without saying that it was going to be difficult. But then murder always was... London, 1817: Beneath a silent moon, a stranger steals into London, bound to complete a grim task that began in the shadows of the past.... On that same evening, amid the splendor of Glenister House, London's haut ton celebrates, still flush with victory in the Napoleonic Wars. Among the revelers are Mélanie and Charles Fraser—he, a former spy connected to the most powerful families in Britain, and she his exquisite bride, who has charmed all of society. That night, stunning revelations pull the couple back into the world of intrigue they thought they'd escaped, forcing them to untangle a web of lies that spans generations and threatens the fate of nations. But the truth is a deadly weapon that could lead to scandal, tragedy, and murder. An assassination, a secret society, and the dangerous liaisons of Charles's own family lead the Frasers from the lamplit streets of the city to a castle on the Scottish coast. The stakes of this game are the lives of those Charles holds most dear, and the trust of the enigmatic woman with whom he shares his name...and his bed. Tracy Grant studied British history at Stanford University and received the Firestone Award for Excellence in Research for her honors thesis. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she is on the board of the Merola Opera Program, a training program for professional opera singers, coaches, and stage directors.. Paperback. New/None. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

Dangerous Passions
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Dangerous Passions

By Kerstan, Lynn

Signet, 2005. Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No signs of wear or damage. Very minor shelf wear on edges of paperback cover. ISBN# 0451216237. 2005 edition. Publisher: Signet Books. 384 pages long. Size: 7 by 5 by 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: More than anything, Lady Eve Halliday wants vengeance. Fortunately, working for the ultrasecret fellowship of the Black Phoenix will enable her to achieve it. Although ostensibly Eve is being paired up with Colonel Lord Marcus Cordell to look into a series of murders of young men--a faux betrothal between the two offering the perfect cover for their investigation--she plans on using the opportunity to get closer to Marcus to ruin him. Although Marcus is not sure exactly what he has done to earn Eve's fierce anger, he isn't about to abandon their mission or Eve, especially once he discovers that she is in danger herself. Two deeply conflicted, equally stubborn people clash with superbly sensual results in the second installment in the delectably dark Black Phoenix trilogy of Regencies. Kerstan deftly and compellingly combines subtle danger and potent desire, and the expert manner in which she wraps up this exquisite tale of revenge and love is nothing short of brilliant.. Mass Market Paperback. New/None. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

Colour: A Novel
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Colour: A Novel

By Tremain, Rose

Picador, 2004. Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No signs of wear or damage. Very very minor shelf wear on edges of papeback cover. ISBN 0312423101. Apr 2004 edition. Publisher: Picador. 400 pages long. Size: 8 by 5.5 by 1. BOOK DESCRIPTION: Readers familiar with British writer Tremain's magisterial historical novel, Restoration, or her psychologically acute study of madness, Music & Silence, will not be surprised at the accuracy of historical detail in this elegant and dramatic novel about the mid-19th-century gold rush in New Zealand or by her nuanced portrait of the disintegration of a marriage. Writing at the top of her form, she tells a complex story centering on two immigrants to New Zealand, whose recent marriage represents new hopes for both of them. Joseph Blackstone fled England to rid himself of memories of a shameful act; cold and secretive, he is emotionally constricted by guilt. Strong, spirited ex-governess Harriet Salt has narrowly avoided spinsterdom; to her, New Zealand represents the freedom to explore new horizons. Together with Joseph's mother, they attempt to build a farm on the flats outside of Christchurch, but when Joseph finds gold in the creek, he becomes obsessed by "the colour," as the fabulous metal is known. Abandoning both women, he travels by ship to the west coast, where he encounters hundreds of other desperate men and the clamorous, filthy, dehumanizing conditions in which they live. Later, when Harriet attempts to follow him by land, she cannot cross the gorge between the Southern Alps, justly called "the stairway from hell." By the time she does join him, each of them despises the other, yet the discovery of gold binds them in a new way. From this point on, the narrative, already full of subtleties and surprises, becomes riveting, as nature and human nature collide. There's a wonderful subplot about the mystical connection of a white boy and his Maori nurse, and an inspired depiction of a Chinese gardener who peddles his vegetables and becomes the instrument of Harriet's salvation. With its combination of vivid historical adventure and sensual, late-blooming romance, it's hard to see how this novel can miss winning a new audience for the immensely talented Tremain. *Starred Review* Most American readers are familiar with the California gold rush, for which both nonfiction and fictional treatments abound (for the latter, see Isabel Allende's Daughter of Fortune [1999] and Portrait in Sepia [2001]). But few will have even basic knowledge of the New Zealand gold rush of the same century. And while most appreciators of historical fiction will have previous reading experience with frontier novels, particularly those of the beloved Willa Cather, few will have encountered fictional depictions of immigrant life in the wilds of nineteenth-century New Zealand, where pioneers faced the same kind of excitement and tribulation--freedom with a price tag, in other words. Regardless, readers will be swept up here in the tale of a newly married couple, Joseph and Harriet Blackstone, who have left English shores to stake out a new life in the New Zealand wilderness. But gold--the "colour"--gets under Joseph's and Harriet's skin, and they are drawn to play out their destinies in light of how the discovery of gold releases them to their individual needs but separates them from their mutual ones.. First Printing. Trade Paperback. New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$10.95

Code of Love, The
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Code of Love, The

By Sawyer, Cheryl

NAL Trade, 2006. Paperback book is in like new condition. Book has been read once. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Minor shelf wear on edges of paperback cover. ISBN# 0451218388. 2006 edition. Publisher: NAL Trade. 384 pages long. Size: 8 by 5.5 by 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: To Sir Gideon Landor, an English naval prisoner, Delphine Dalgleish is a Parisian trifle, as pretty-and as useless-as a porcelain doll, who would think nothing of turning him over to the French legion. To Delphine Dalgleish, he's an ice-cool double agent whom she despises for his treachery. But these two are about to find out how wrong first impressions can be. In the midst of the Peninsular War, Sir Gideon has orders to crack the Grand Paris Cypher, a code created for Napoleon. Meanwhile the emperor himself sends Delphine on a delicate espionage mission to London. Gideon and Delphine may manage to defend their dangerous secrets, but not their hearts. As passion takes hold, it is time to decipher their own complex code of love. About the Author: New Zealander Cheryl Sawyer has two master's degrees, with honors in French and English literature, and her career has included teaching, publishing, and writing. She has traveled to all the countries where her novels are set, and currently lives in Sydney, Australia. Author website: . Trade Paperback. As New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$7.95

Prized Possessions
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Prized Possessions

By Wright, L. R

Viking Adult, 1993. Hardcover book is in new, never been read condition. Dust jacket is in like new condition. Minor shelf wear on edges of dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean, no stains. Price sticker on binding edge. PUBLISHER: VIKING ADULT NOT DOUBLEDAY. ISBN# 0670845655. 1993 edition. 272 pages long. Approx: 9 by 6 by 1. BOOK DESCRIPTION: Given a week's compassionate leave he doesn't need after his newly widowed mother briskly announces plans to get on with her own life, Sechelt (British Columbia) Mountie Karl Alberg (Fall from Grace, etc.) agrees to take the time to track down Charlie O'Brea--a vanished insurance executive who, he discovers, has been spending a year planning his escape from his marriage to his obsessively devoted wife Emma (``I was her career''). Meanwhile, down the Vancouver coast, gawky delivery boy Eddie Addison moves from awkwardly insulting Melanie Franklin to attempting an apology, and then to plotting revenge--a revenge he'll have to cover up by following Melanie's roommates up to Sechelt. The stories of grief-maddened Emma and flipped-out Eddie seem to have no connection (Alberg doesn't even know Eddie exists) until they lurch together with a final, sickening jolt. RCMP Staff Sergeant Karl Alberg is at a crossroads. Coping with the death of his father and his own inexorable slide into middle age, he must make a decision about his relationship with his lover of eight years, Cassandra Mitchell. Restless and in desperate need of distraction, Alberg finds a project to fill the time during his bereavement leave: looking into the all-too-neat disappearance of a local man on the morning after his sixth wedding anniversary. Ultimately the case converges with another, as the very messy life of a simpleminded Vancouver stock boy spills over into the small coastal town of Sechelt, in an explosive climax of shocking, unforgettable violence.. Hard Cover. As New/Fine. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

Iron Shoes: A Novel
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Iron Shoes: A Novel

By Giles, Molly

Simon and Schuster, 2000. Hardcover book is in new, never been read condition. Dustjacket is in like new condition. Minor shelf wear on edges of dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean, no stains. Price sticker on binding edge. ISBN# 0684859939. 2000 edition. 240 pages long. Approx: 9 by 6 by 1. Publisher: Simon and Schuster. Additional pictures of condition are always available. BOOK DESCRIPTION: Marooned in a loveless marriage and on the cusp of a full-blown midlife crisis, Kay Sorensen hardly needs the additional grief of tending to a dying parent. Tribulations compound however: as she frets over her manipulative and fading mother, Ida, she must also reckon with her father's indifference, her husband's insufficiencies, and--she fears--her own squandered potential. As Kay puts in her part-time hours paging at the local library, she ponders her as-yet-undiscovered true calling and indulges fantasies of an affair. It's almost a relief to be distracted from her immobilizing frustrations by her mother's decline. Full of bitter and contentious self-pity, Ida trudges downward gracelessly. Her death provokes ever-worsening pangs of self-doubt in Kay, as she and her condemnatory father fumble to make sense of their relationship. Kay is pushed toward both revelation and decision: "If you can clean up the mess outside then maybe the mess inside will straighten out too," she opines. It's the "maybe" that muddles her tidy formula.. Hard Cover. As New/As New. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

Ransomed Heart
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Ransomed Heart

By Charlton, Ann

Harlequin Romance, 1989. Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No signs of wear or damage. Very minor shelf wear on edges of papeback cover. ISBN# 0373029772. 1989 edition. Publisher: Harlequin. 189 pages long. Size: 7 by 4 by 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: Stacey was rattled by the scorn of flint edges Hal. Why should she care if he thought her a useless, spoiled socialite? He was merely a security man, recently hired by her millionaire father to protect the family's valuable possessions. Only later did Stacey guess Hal's true, more unnerving purpose. Danger lay in wait for Stacey - and only Hal's masculine capability could protect her from it. . Paperback. As New/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$5.95

Betrayal
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Betrayal

By Francis, Clare

Berkley Books, 2004. Trade Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No creasing on binding edge. Minor shelf wear on edges of papeback cover. Only flaw is the right hand top corner was slightly bent and a slight scratch / crease remains. ISBN 0425194256. 2004 edition. Publisher: Berkley Trade. 336 pages long. Approx: 9 by 6 by 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: Sometimes it takes a while for a good fish to swim all the way across the pond. Originally published in England in 1995, this psychological suspenser from crowd-pleaser Francis (Night Sky) is just making it to shore here. While caught up in the tensions surrounding a possible buyout of the glass company he inherited from his father, Hugh Wellesley hears news reports of the murder of his mistress, Sylvie. Unwilling to come clean with his sickly and devoted wife, Ginny, Hugh lies to her and the police. When he's arrested anyway, Ginny covers for him so thoroughly that the police believe her guilty and arrest her instead. Hugh also has a doctor brother, David, who tells his share of lies. And David's wife, Mary, deceives, too. As the trial draws nearer, it becomes apparent that the only way to save Ginny is to discover the truth behind Sylvie's death. Francis explores betrayal on many levels here: business partner against partner, brother against brother, husband against wife, lover against lover, even doctor against patient. In this increasingly suspenseful pyschological mystery, Hugh Wellesley's alleged involvement with a murdered woman threatens to destroy his orchestration of a company buyout. The manipulations of a back-stabbing partner and an asthmatic, spendthrift wife plus Hugh's own deceitfulness add glue to the sticky position in which he finds himself. Each confession he makes to police, to his wife, to his sympathetic sister-in-law reveals more of the truth, but not until police arrest his wife does he feel enough pressure to act.. Paperback. As New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$8.95

Paradise Lost
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Paradise Lost

By Jance, J. A

William Morrow & Co, 2001. Hardcover book is in new, never been read condition. Dustjacket is in like new condition. Minor shelf wear on edges of dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean, no stains. ISBN# 038097729X. 2001 edition. 384 pages long. Approx: 9 by 6 by 1.5. Publisher: William Morrow. Joanna Brady Mysteries. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: Joanna Brady returns in J.A. Jance's ninth adventure featuring the Arizona sheriff. Joanna and Butch, her new husband, are trying to build their dream house, adjust to their marriage, and cope with the preteen mood swings of Joanna's 12-year-old daughter, Jenny. During a Girl Scout camping trip to Cochise County, Jenny and another girl sneak out of their tents after lights out to have a cigarette and stumble on the body of a murder victim. Joanna is initially more concerned about her daughter's misbehavior than the murder at Apache Pass--after all, smoking can kill you--but then Dora Matthews, Jenny's coconspirator, is killed. Joanna's fear that her daughter might be in the killer's sights adds an extra dose of adrenaline to her efforts to find the man who left the body for Jenny and Dora to find. Add that worry to the sheriff's suspicion that Butch may be having an affair with a former girlfriend and you have the makings of a typical Joanna Brady novel: long on intelligence, empathy, and humanity and short on shootouts and suspense. Jance's other series, featuring Seattle cop J.P. Beaumont, features more intricate plotting and louder firepower. Brady's not as complex as Beaumont or as fully developed a character, but she leads with her heart, and her struggles to balance her personal and professional life bring interest. The Southwest landscape comes to life in the author's capable hands, and while the narrative's pacing is a little pokey, there's lots of lovingly evoked scenery to make it a pleasant trip.. Hard Cover. New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$10.95

Song of Love
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Song of Love

By Elliot, Rachel

Harlequin Romance, 1989. Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No signs of wear or damage. Very minor shelf wear on edges of papeback cover. ISBN# 0373029780. 1989 edition. Publisher: Harlequin. 189 pages long. Size: approx 7 by 5 by 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: She was stranded at Castl Mackenzie. And it would have been a lovely place to be stranded - except for the presence of its unnerving young laird, Roddy MacKenzie. Claire couldn't fault his hospitality and his infectious good humor. But his teasing, suggestive comments, the gleam in his beguiling eyes and his undeniable charm were hard to resist. She was more than tempted. A woman whose profession strangely spelled loneliness, she could use some honest affection. Trouble was, she feared that when Roddy learned who she really was, he'd feel nothing for her but contempt..... Paperback. As New/None. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$5.95

Waterloo Station: A Novel
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Waterloo Station: A Novel

By Grayson, Emily

William Morrow & Co, 2003. Hardcover book is in new condition, unread, dust jacket in like new condition. Dust jacket shows no signs of wear on top and bottom of spine edges. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Price stamp from bookstore on front of dust jacket. Publisher: William Morrow. ISBN 0060013974. 208 pages long. 2003 edition. Size 7.5 by 5.5 x 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. BOOK DESCRIPTION: Carrie Benedict, 18, opts to help her grandmother, Maude, clean out her attic rather than spend time with her boyfriend. Carrie, about to go to college, unearths a volume of poetry that reminds Maude of when she was 18 in 1938 and left Longwood Falls, New York, to travel to England and study at Oxford. There she fell in love with her young, handsome, and married tutor, Stephen, while pouring over poems of the Romantic Age. The upcoming war threatens to tear them apart. Then, disregarding the pleas of both her family and her lover, Maude decides to stay in England and join the war effort by becoming a nurse. She knows that Stephen can't communicate with her because of his position in the Navy and his married status, yet she receives a letter that changes her life and her attitude toward love. Grayson's heroine survives turbulent historical times in a very tender love story that resonates in the contemporary world as once again the threat of war impacts lives. England. Summer, 1938. An adventurous and beautiful young American woman arrives at Oxford University, never expecting that her life -- and the entire world -- will soon change. When Maude Latham falls in love with her married literature tutor, Stephen Kendall, she learns that the Romantic poets had it right: Love is eternal. Yet just as she has fortified her conviction with the wisdom of the old poets, it is tested when World War II disrupts her perfect love affair. After Stephen joins the Royal Navy and disappears, Maude finds herself living through the war as a trauma nurse in a hospital. As time passes and the war progresses, Stephen's disappearance forces Maude to question everything she knows about the man she loves and all that he has taught her about love itself.. Hard Cover. New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$9.95

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