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Bella Poldark: A Novel of Cornwall, 1818-1820
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Bella Poldark: A Novel of Cornwall, 1818-1820

By Winston Graham

London: Macmillan, 2002. xi, 530 pp. Fifth printing. Light spotting/foxing to edges, otherwise clean. Jacket slightly rubbed to top corner. The twelfth and last of the Cornish Poldark novels, published shortly before the author's death. A Note from the Author recaps the story so far. 'Written with power, humour, irony and elegance, Bella Poldark makes a brilliant finale for this distinguished saga'. Includes free leaflet 'Poldark Locations'. Signed on title page. . Signed by Author. Reprint. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

$83.49

The Unknown Ajax
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The Unknown Ajax

By Heyer, Georgette

London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1959. 313 pp. Nice, clean and unmarked condition; jacket a little edge-worn to spine ends and front corners. Entertaining Regency frolic set in the aftermath of the Napoleonic War, the theme one of living up to, or down to, expectations. Barbosa jacket illustration.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Near Very Good.

$25.69

Ross Poldark
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Ross Poldark

By Graham, Winston

London: Bodley Head, 1983. 344 pp. 'A novel of Cornwall, 1783-1787'. First published 1945. An ex-library book, with stamps and stickers to top edge, ffep and title page, but pages are clean. Jacket by Charles Mozley, creased to front panel otherwise nice condition. The first of the Poldark series of Cornish novels, dramatized for TV in the 1970s and now brought to new life in a stunning new version by the BBC. Also includes free leaflet 'Poldark Locations'.. Reprint. Hardcover. Fair/Near Very Good. Ex-Library.

$12.85

Sylvester
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Sylvester

By Heyer, Georgette

London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1957. 309 pp. Jacket by A. E. Barbosa, in the usual stylised manner, not pc (15s net). Light spotting to edges, small name inscr.to ffep; jacket worn/creased to edges with some chips to spine and corners. Regency romance which has the requisite touch of devilry about the male lead, and some outlandish characters.. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Very Good/Good+.

$35.97

April Lady
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April Lady

By Heyer, Georgette

London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1957. 268 pp. Jacket by A. E. Barbosa. Classic Regency romance of the unique Heyer genre. Light foxing to edges, otherwise nice, unmarked condition; jacket slightly chipped to corners and rear panel, not pc ((13s 6d net).. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Very Good/Near Very Good.

$19.27

Black Sheep
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Black Sheep

By Heyer, Georgette

London: Bodley Head, 1966. 255 pp. Nice, clean and unmarked condition; jacket by Arthur Barbosa, a little rubbed/spotted. Entertaining Regency love story set in elegant Bath.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Near Very Good.

$15.41

Frederica
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Frederica

By Heyer, Georgette

London: The Bodley Head Ltd, 1965. 384 pp. Clean, unmarked condition; jacket worn to edges and a little foxed to rear panel. Adventures in Regency London. Front cover illustration of a balloon ascent, in the usual stylized manner of Barbosa. . Hardcover. Very Good/Good+.

$12.85

False Colours
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False Colours

By Heyer, Georgette

London: Bodley Head, 1963. 317 pp. Stylized jacket illustr. by Barbosa. Spotting to edges; loss to lower part of jacket spine. The first Heyer novel to be published by Bodley after her move away from Heinemann. The loves and adventures of two young men (twins) in the aftermath of the Napoleonic War.. First Edition. Hardcover. Good+/Good+.

$12.85

The Forgotten Story
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The Forgotten Story

By Graham, Winston

London: Ward, Lock and Co Limited, 1946. 224 pp. 'A cameo'. A story of Falmouth, Cornwall, towards the end of the 19th century. Light foxing to edges and prelims; owner name inscr. to ffep. Orange boards. Jacket chipped to spine ends and corners, slight rubbing to edges and front panel. Published in the same year (1945) as the first of the very popular Poldark novels; this is the third printing, dated the following year. . Reprint. Hardcover. Near Very Good/Good+.

$57.80

Flashman and the Tiger
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Flashman and the Tiger

By Fraser, George MacDonald

London: HarperCollins , 1999. 318 pp. The eleventh novel from the Flashman Papers. 'Flashman's adventures are related with verve, dash and meticulous historical detail'. A little foxing/spotting to edges, otherwise unmarked.. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Very Good/Near Very Good, Price Clipped.

$12.85

Sylvester
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Sylvester

By Heyer, Georgette

London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1957. 309 pp. Jacket by A. E. Barbosa, in the usual stylised manner, not pc (15s net). Light spotting to edges, jacket rubbed to edges with some small chips to spine, otherwise clean and unmarked. Regency romance which has the requisite touch of devilry about the male lead, and some outlandish characters.. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Very Good/Near Very Good.

$38.54

The Talisman Ring
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The Talisman Ring

By Heyer, Georgette

London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1940. 297 pp. Pink boards, a little faded to spine; name inscr. to ffep; light spotting to edges. Jacket chipped to corners and edges, with loss to spine ends. However, this book is very scarce in a jacket of any sort. This is a late 18th century thriller/romance, first published 1936, a year after Regency Buck, which was the author's first Regency romance and the start of a series of regency books for which she is so famous.. Reprint. Hardcover. Near Very Good/Fair.

$61.66

The Last Tudor
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The Last Tudor

By Gregory, Philippa

London: Simon & Schuster, 2017. 519 pp, pictorial eps. Another excellent novel from this author, the final one about the Tudors. The story of the tragic Lady Jane Grey and her family. Nice, unmarked condition. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

$12.85

Harvest of the Sun
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Harvest of the Sun

By E. V. Thompson

London: Macmillan, 1978. 380 pp. Author's second book, signed to title page. Sequel to Chase the Wind; set in Africa after the wreck of the convict ship en route for Australia. Light foxing to edges and jacket; sunned to jacket spine. Previous owner's book plate and signature. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Very Good/Near Very Good.

$12.85

The Girl from Penvarris
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The Girl from Penvarris

By Rosemary Aitken

London: Orion, 1995. 358 pp. Signed by author on title page, to previous owner: 'you next?' The author's first novel, the first of a series set in a fictional Cornish village. Previous owner signature inside front cover; foxing to edges and prelims. First paperback edition. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Very Good.

$15.41

Chase the Wind
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Chase the Wind

By E. V. Thompson

London: Macmillan, 1977. 416 pp. Author's first book, signed to title page. Foxing to edges, prelims and jacket flaps; jacket rubbed to edges and corners, spine sunned; previous owner's book plate and signature. Novel about a mining community in Cornwall in the 1840s. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Hardcover. Good+/Good+.

$25.69

The Convenient Marriage
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The Convenient Marriage

By Heyer, Georgette

London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1952. 279 pp. 'Cheap Edition', priced 8s 6d net, orange boards. Gift inscr. to ffep, otherwise nice, clean, unmarked condition; very slight rubbing to jacket edges. Set in the 18th century, a little earlier than the Regency period for which the author is so famous The marriage of convenience is really a love-match, and after all the intrigue and adventures they are set to live happily ever after. First published 1934.. Reprint. Hardcover. Near Very Good/Near Very Good.

$35.97

The Angry Tide with Poldark Leaflet
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The Angry Tide with Poldark Leaflet

By Graham, Winston

London and Glasgow: Collins, 1977. 508 pp, family tree eps. 'A novel of Cornwall 1798-9'. Light foxing spots to edges, small neat inscrs. to ffep; jacket has some internal repairs and light water stains. The seventh book of the Cornish Poldark series; the stunning new TV adaptation has brought renewed interest in the books. Series 4 is based upon this book. Includes free leaflet A Guide to Poldark Locations.. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Very Good/Good.

$15.41

The Toll-Gate
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The Toll-Gate

By Heyer, Georgette

London: Heinemann, 1954. 287 pp. Light foxing spots to edges. Barbosa jacket, a little rubbed/creased to spine. Adventure in the aftermath of Waterloo.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Near Very Good.

$23.12

The Nonesuch
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The Nonesuch

By Heyer, Georgette

London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1962. 300 pp. Jacket by A. E. Barbosa. Light foxing spots to edges, otherwise clean and unmarked. A Heyer Regency romance, in which the Nonesuch arrives to inspect his recently inherited property in the West Riding, arousing the interest of most of the local gentry.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

$19.27

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