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Siddhartha
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Siddhartha

By Hesse, Herman

New York: New Directions, 1957. Trade Paperback. Fair. heavy edge wear, some creasing. 16th printing;

$1.00

Another Spring
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Another Spring

By Bacher, June Masters

Eugene: Harvest House Pub, 1988-09-01. Trade Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear;

$1.00

Dreamers (Legacies of the Ancient River #1)
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Dreamers (Legacies of the Ancient River #1)

By Hunt, Angela Elwell

Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub, 1996-01-01. Trade Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear, laminate is cracked; Tuya came as a teenaged slave to Potiphar's household, a personal gift from the Pharaoh. Tall and slender, the young girl had eyes that shone like a stream of gold. She knew nothing about her past, except that she had always been a slave.

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The Yukon Queen (The House of Winslow #17)
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The Yukon Queen (The House of Winslow #17)

By Morris, Gilbert

Minneapolis: Bethany House Publishers, 1995-02-01. Trade Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear; In Book 17 of The House of Winslow series, when Cassidy Winslow promises a dying man he will take care of his daughter, he quickly learns that he is in for more than he anticipated.

$1.00

Mercies So Tender (California Pioneer Series #6)
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Mercies So Tender (California Pioneer Series #6)

By Schulte, Elaine L

Elgin, IL: Chariot Victor Publishers, 1995-02-01. Trade Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear; Trouble is brewing in the "border states"--and Kate's strong opinions about slavery are getting her into trouble. But where can she run to hide from the growing controversy?

$1.00

Crime and Punihment
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Crime and Punihment

By Dostoyevsky, Fyodor

New York: Modern Library, 1950. Paperback. Fair. spine creasing, edge wear, binding a little bit loose; Modern Library College Edition. Raskolnikov, an impoverished student living in the St. Petersburg of the tsars, is determined to overreach his humanity and assert his untrammeled individual will. When he commits an act of murder and theft, he sets into motion a story that, for its excruciating suspense, its atmospheric vividness, and its depth of characterization and vision is almost unequaled in the literatures of the world. The best known of Dostoevsky’s masterpieces, Crime and Punishment can bear any amount of rereading without losing a drop of its power over our imaginations.

$1.00

Noah Gives Thanks
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Noah Gives Thanks

By Crozier, Eric

Greenwich, CT: The Seabury Press, 1952. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Stewart, Charles W. jacket is edge worn and soiled. printed boards are clean, light edge wear; a simple little story of three old cottage folk who prepared in secret a big surprise for their village chapel.

$8.99

Every Women Loves a Russian Poet
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Every Women Loves a Russian Poet

By Dunkel, Elizabeth

New York: Dutton, 1989-11-23. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. light edge wear to boards and jacket, light scuffs on jacket; This novel reveals the life of today's single woman as it has never been revealed before: the hope and desperation, the highs and lows, the success at career and the struggle to find happiness with a man. Kate Ordinokov's search for a man takes her across two continents before she discovers that only by loving the wrong man can she discover how to love the right one.

$3.99

Where the Heart Is Romance Collection: Love Is a Journey in Nine Historical Novellas
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Where the Heart Is Romance Collection: Love Is a Journey in Nine Historical Novellas

By Boeshaar, Andrea; Cox, Carol; Gibson, Rhonda; Laity, Sally; West, Jane; Sanders, Claire; Tracy, Pamela Kaye; Vetsch, Erica

Uhrichsville: Barbour Books, 2016-04-01. Trade Paperback. Very Good. edge wear; Nine historical novellas.

$2.99

Shannon's Way
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Shannon's Way

By Cronin, A. J

Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1948. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/Fair. jacket is stained and tattered, some edge wear to boards, corners bumped; Robert Shannon was a devoted scientist on the brink of a medical discovery of great importance. He had no time or inclination for women . . . or for any of the world outside his laboratory. But Jean Law had other plans for him. Strictly brought up by narrow-minded parents, confined by her hospital lectures and her dingy boarding-house, she hardly knew the fires that burned beneath her calm exterior . . . except that they burned for Robert Shannon. She knew she had to have him for herself, and, despite her family's religious beliefs , their shocked disapproval, and all she had been taught was her destiny, she was determined to fight for him. In the magnificent narrative tradition of The Citadel, The Stars Look Down and Cronin's other classic novels, Shannon's Way is a great book by a much-loved author.

$1.99

Mean Spirit: A Novel
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Mean Spirit: A Novel

By Hogan, Linda

New York: Ivy Books, 1991-11-24. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; Letters sent to Washington, D.C., from Oklahoma Indians begging for help go unanswered--until Native American government official, Stace Red Hawk, travels west to investigate. "I wish everyone would read Mean Spirit".--Tony Hillerman.

$1.99

The Vallette Heritage
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The Vallette Heritage

By Bronte, Louisa

New York: Jove, 1978. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; This is the mighty chronicle of the Vallettes - the men who set the wheels of American industry in motion, who had the vision and daring to make and seize the wealth of a nation...the proud women who matched their mates in courage and ruthlessness...a family that moved through the years, making their own rules -- lusting, loving, risking all again and again in the perilous games of passion and power.

$1.99

Daisy Miller
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Daisy Miller

By James, Henry

Aerie, 1995. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear; Originally published in The Cornhill Magazine in 1878 and in book form in 1879, Daisy Miller brought Henry James his first widespread commercial and critical success. The young Daisy Miller, an American on holiday with her mother on the shores of Switzerland’s Lac Leman, is one of James’s most vivid and tragic characters. Daisy’s friendship with an American gentleman, Mr. Winterbourne, and her subsequent infatuation with a passionate but impoverished Italian bring to life the great Jamesian themes of Americans abroad, innocence versus experience, and the grip of fate. As Elizabeth Hardwick writes in her Introduction, Daisy Miller “lives on, a figure out of literature who has entered history as a name, a vision.”

$1.00

Abigail
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Abigail

By MacDonald, Malcolm

New York: Signet, 1980-09-02. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; As a child of the aristocratic ruling class, beautiful and headstrong Abigail Stevenson should have been a creature of unawakened innocence. Instead she had learned from her personal maid what men and women sought with one another and was determined to experience this forbidden pleasure on her own terms.This was Abigail's first step beyond the pale of society, on a path of passion and indomitable ambition that led from England to the great capitals of Europe, and from the lover who first inflamed her to the extraordinary man who led her to her ultimate fulfillment as an artist, creature and intellectual.

$1.99

Action
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Action

By Guetti, James L

New York: The Dial Press, 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. VG+ in VG jacket; slight edge wear to boards, edge wear to jacket, small edge tears on jacket; BTP remainder sticker on front pastedown; jacket is not price-clipped (original 6.95) price on front flap; first printing of this scarce title.

$125.00

The Vicar of Christ
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The Vicar of Christ

By Murphy, Walter F

New York: Macmillan Publishers, 1979-04-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. light edge wear to boards and jacket, some light scuffing to jacket; This book is an unusual, fascinating and well-written observation of the life of a man who was first a war hero and Medal of honor winner from the Korean War, then Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, thirdly a monk, and finally elected Pope. His overly exciting life is described by three men who 'knew him well.' The first narrator is a Marine, telling of their time together in Korea. A constitutional scholar and Supreme Court Justice appalled at the new Chief Justice, narrates the second phase. The third is a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church; fat, kind but distracted. The Marine cares for him the most, the Supreme Court Justice condescends and despises him, and the Cardinal is much more interested in food than his subject. But Declan Walsh was a man who earned the Medal of Honor while ordering the death of his best friend, ruled pragmatically and energetically on the Court but lost his wife to death and neglect, and became a miraculous healer, assassinated for challenging the powers that rule the secular world.

$4.99

Buddha: A Story of Enlightenment
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Buddha: A Story of Enlightenment

By Chopra, Deepak

New York: HarperOne, 2007-05-01. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. light edge wear, some light soiling to jacket; The international bestselling author who specializes in bringing the teachings of the East to the West chronicles the inspiring life story of the Buddha.

$1.99

Ruffians: A Novel
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Ruffians: A Novel

By Green, Tim

Turner, 1993-09-01. Hardcover. Very Good. light edge wear to boards and jacket; An extraordinary firsthand depiction of the pressures and corruption behind the glamorous facade of professional football from a defensive player for the Atlanta Falcons. This novels tells of an NFL rookie who must come to terms with harsh realities of win-at-all-costs football.

$1.99

Her Mother's Shadow (The Keeper Trilogy)
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Her Mother's Shadow (The Keeper Trilogy)

By Chamberlain, Diane

MIRA, 2004-12-28. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; A loving mother and wife, Annie O'Neill was the heart of the small community of Kiss River. But her generous nature hid a darker side that remained secret for years after her tragic death.When Lacey O'Neill finally learns the shattering truth about the mother she's spent a decade emulating, the foundation of her life begins to crumble. Then her close childhood friend dies, leaving her teenage daughter, Mackenzie, in Lacey's care, and Lacey unwillingly finds herself in the role of motherUprooted by her mother's death, Mackenzie resents her new home of Kiss River. She wants nothing to do with the father who never knew she existed--and especially not her mother's oldest friend. But the person who could understand her best might be the one she resents most: Lacey.

$1.49

The Glitter and the Gold
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The Glitter and the Gold

By Stewart, Fred Mustard

New York: Signet, 1990-09-04. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; In this epic novel of a rich and powerful family whose lives and fortunes are part of California's dramatic history, Fred Mustard Stewart tops his best-sellers Century and Ellis Island. THE GLITTER AND THE GOLD is a dazzling, robust saga of the Collingwoods of California, heirs to wealth, ambition, and lust. And against the vivid backdrop of time and change - earthquake, fire, riot, and the clash of cultures - he brings to rousing life five generations of this remarkable family whose passions were as boundless as California in the making...

$1.49

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