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The Last Plantation

By Wright, Don

New York: Tor Books, 1991-11-15. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. 534 pages; spine creasing, edge wear, surface tear on front cover; A novel of unforgettable people whose lives are irrevocably entwined by the Civil War, a war they neither want nor understand, by love that dares to cross the barriers of class and race, and by a way of life that disappears with the last plantation. Locked in the passions of love and war, some fight because of honor, some to defend a way of life and others to destroy it.

$1.00

Love and Infamy: A Novel of Pearl Harbor
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Love and Infamy: A Novel of Pearl Harbor

By Deford, Frank

New York: Viking Adult, 1993-12-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 516 pages; slight edge wear; advance promotional material laid in; In this sweeping epic novel of friendship and honor, courage and betrayal, a war rages across Europe, and destiny binds the fortunes of two men: Cotton Drake, the son of American missionaries, and Kiyoshi Serikawa. Raised as blood brothers, they are the best of friends until a beautiful woman named Miyuki and a shattering moment in history change their lives forever.

$5.00

The Rossetti Letter
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The Rossetti Letter

By Phillips, Christi

New York: Pocket Books, 2007-03-06. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 383 pages; light edge wear; "The Rossetti Letter" is a captivating debut that blends fact and fiction, past and present into a vibrant, richly imagined masterpiece that traces the adventures of a 17th-century Venetian courtesan and the contemporary historian researching her fate.

$3.99

The Historian: Six Fantasies of the American Experience
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The Historian: Six Fantasies of the American Experience

By Garber, Eugene K.

Minneapolis, MN: Milkweed Editions, 1993-04. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/Good. 233 pages; ex-library with usual markings; edge wear to jacket and boards; Six metaphysical tales feature an historian and a frontiersman moving through American cities from 1850 to 1912 and encountering historical figures such as Henry Adams and Isadora Duncan.

$3.00

Never Change
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Never Change

By Berg, Elizabeth

New York: Atria, 2001-06-01. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 214 pages; light edge wear to jacket and boards; Myra Lipinsky, a 51-year-old visiting nurse, has been content to be a self-appointed spinster--until a man she adored in high school is struck by an incurable illness and returns to New England to spend what time he has left. From the author of "Open House" comes a wry and beautifully distilled portrait of a union that transcends life's most unexpected and challenging circumstances.

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The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Though of Him
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The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Though of Him

By Ford, Paul Leicester

New York: Henry Holt & Company, Inc, 1895. Hardcover. Good. 417 pages; hinges split, spine cocked, some slight edge wear to boards, corners bumped; The author's first novel, a story of New York politics, once popular due to rumors that it was based on the life of Grover Cleveland.

$6.00

Rascals' Heaven

By Mason, F. Van Wyck

Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1964. Hardcover. Good. 516 pages; edge wear, corners bumped, front hinge loosening, front board stained a bit;

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Blue Hurricane

By Mason, F. Van Wyck

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1954. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/Good. 307 pages; edge wear to boards and jacket; boards have tape residue and residue from a black-bordered mylar jacket cover that disintegrated; corners bumped, some notations on endpapers and title page; A fiery novel of the Union Navy in its crucial war in the West.

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Petersbrug

By Hanlon, Emily

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1988. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/Good. 541 pages; some rubbing to extremities, corners lightly bumped; Glorious nights filled with music, art and the splendor of the Moscow Art Theatre. Violent days of slaughter, the dying hours of a once glittering city. All are part of the events of the Russian Revolution, brought to evocative life in Hanlon's compelling Petersburg.

$1.99

Herbs and Apples

By Santmyer, Helen Hooven

New York: St Martins Mass Market Paper, 1987-04. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 432 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Herbs and Apples, the novel Helen Hooven Santmyer wrote at the height of her youthful creative powers, is the work that many critics have loved even more than . . . And Ladies of the Club. Laced with nostalgia as well as timeless insight into human character, Santmyer's enchanting novel is as contemporary today as the day it was written.

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The Greek Treasure

By Stone, Irving

New York: Signet, 1976-11-09. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 497 pages; light spine creasing, light edge wear; A magnificent biographical novel of Henry and Sophia Schlieman- the epic of a man and woman, their shining love for each other, and how, together, they broke throught every barrier to turn an incredible dream into an immortal triumph.

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Molly Brown's Freshman Days

By Speed, Nell

1912. Hardcover. Fair. 301 pages; reading copy of the first book in the Molly Brown series. corners are bumped, cloth threadbare over boards, hinges broken, title page missing.

$15.00

The Treasure of Pleasant Valley

By Yerby, Frank

The Dial Press: New York, 1955. Hardcover. Good. 219 pages; some scuffing to front board face, light edge wear to boards, pages beginning to yellow;

$1.99

The Sea and the Stars

By Wilder, Robert

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1967. Hardcover. Good. 382 pages; edge wear, corners bumped, some scuffing to boards; synopsis pasted onto front pastedown; The Sea and the Stars begins with a state that was little more than miles of pine flats, palmetto scrub, sea oats, and sand dunes and ends with the gold and tinsel land that is Florida today.

$1.99

Thorpe

By Dutton, Mary

Cleveland, OH: World Publishing Company, 1967. Hardcover. Good. 254 pages; ex-library with usual markings, edge wear to boards, corners bumped;

$1.99

The Summer of the Barshinskeys
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The Summer of the Barshinskeys

By Pearson, Diane

New York: Fawcett Crest, 1985-11-12. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 467 pages; spine creasing, edge wear;

$1.00

The Hope: A Novel
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The Hope: A Novel

By Wouk, Herman

Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1994-11-01. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 681 pages; edge wear; The scene shifts between Israel and America, from Security Council debates to the cockpit of a Mirage jet over Sinai and the euphoria of reclaiming the Old City of Jerusalem. Peopled with real-life military and political leaders, Wouk's creations speak for the aspirations of modern Israel

$1.00

The Four Hundred

By Sheppard, Stephen

New York: Summit Books, 1979. Book Club. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 371 pages; corners bumped, some edge wear to jacket and boards; jacket has rubbing at extremities; Four young Americans set out to rob the impregnable Bank of England of £400,000 - a veritable fortune during the Victorian era in which this novel is set.

$1.99

The Beginners

By Jacobson, Dan

New York: Macmillan, 1966. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/Good. 469 pages; edge wear, corners bumped, jacket spine is sun faded with numerous small chips and edge tears; To Joel, David and Rachel - Jewish children in post-war South Africa - bitter conflict, racial conflict and social upheaval are all they have ever known. Resolving never to repeat the mistakes of their parents, they seek a new code of behaviour - and one that will lead them all through their journeys of self-discovery.

$1.99

The Journey Home

By Popkin, Zelda

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1945. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/Good. 224 pages; numerous small edge tears and edge wear to dust jacket; boards lightly rubbed. A racy, compassionate story of the new America one soldier found when he came back from the blazing skies of Europe.

$1.99

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