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The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: A Novel
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The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: A Novel

By Reid, Taylor Jenkins

391 pages with acknowledgements. An unknown reporter gets the chance of a lifetime when she is invited to write the biography of reclusive Hollywood movie star Evelyn Hugo. Black spine over green boards with silver titles on spine, black end papers. Very minor wear to cover, interior pages bright, binding tight. Illustrated dust jacket with white titles on front cover and spine shows minor edge wear, not price clipped.

$18.00

Penrod Jashber
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Penrod Jashber

By Tarkington, Booth

245 pages. The sequel to Penrod, continuing the adventures of George B. Jashber and his pals as they open a detective business and find more than just a little trouble. Green cloth binding with brown titles on front cover and spine, brown top edge, rough cut front edge. Some wear and fading of cover, especially at edges, corners and spine ends bumped, some fading of cover, interior pages lightly tanned, binding tight. Illustrated dust jacket with white and yellow titles is chipped at bottom leading corner of front, tears and chips along edges, a little stained at back, not clipped.

$12.00

The Chuckling Fingers
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The Chuckling Fingers

By Seeley, Mabel

294 pages. Strange events beset a wealth family at their remote estate on Lake Superior. Blue cloth binding with gilt titles on spine. Some tanning along edges of cover, light shelf wear, a little spotting, former owner's name, "Mrs Alvin Roberts" on front free end paper, interior pages lightly tanned, binding tight.Illustrated dust jacket with yellow and white titles is torn and creased at top edge, sows a little edge wear and chipping, a little tanning, clipped at top and bottom of inside folds.

$15.00

Bohannon\'s Book
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Bohannon's Book

By Hansen, Joseph

221 pages. Retired sheriff Hack Bohannon can't figure out how to turn people down who come asking for his help in this collection of mystery stories. Speckled tan boards with brown cloth spine, gilt titles on spine, A little wear to gilt, light edge wear, minor bumping of corners and spine ends, a little fading at top of spine, binding tight. Illustrated dust jacket with white and tan titles shows very light edge wear, not price clipped.

$10.00

The Angel with One Hundred Wings
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The Angel with One Hundred Wings

By Horsch, Daniel

258 pages. Set in 9th century Baghdad, an elderly and honest man finds himself caught in palace intrigue as scandal and romance draw him into complicated choices between dear and powerful friends. Black boards with gilt titles on spine. Very minor edge wear, a little bumping of corners and spine ends, interior pages bright, binding tight. Illustrated dust jacket with tan titles shows minor edge wear, not price clipped.

$15.00

The Wettest County in the World: A Novel Based on a True Story
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The Wettest County in the World: A Novel Based on a True Story

By Matt Bondurant

307 pages. A gripping tale of moonshine and murder in Franklin County, Virginia, proudly proclaimed the moonshine capital of the world. White boards with burgundy spine and silver titles on spine. Boards a little bowed, light edge wear, remainder mark on bottom edge, interior pages a little tanned. Illustrated dust jacket with white titles ins a little wrinkled with some edge wear, not price clipped.

$28.00

Inspector of the Dead
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Inspector of the Dead

By David Morrell

342 pages. The author and famous opium-eater Thomas De Quincey, races against time to save Queen Victoria from an assassination plot, aided by Scotland Yard and his daughter, Emily. Gray boards with gilt titles on spine. Illustrated dust jacket with black, red and white titles. Book is in very good condition with minor shelf wear, interior pages bright, black remainder mark on top edge. Dust jacket is lightly scrubbed, minor edge wear, not price clipped.

$15.00

Jungle River
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Jungle River

By Pease, Howard

New York: Doubleday & Company, 1948. Later printing. Hardcover. Good +/good. 295 pages, from Young Moderns series. A young man finds adventure and danger as he searches for his missing geologist father. Black cloth binding with green titles and decorations on spine, green top edge. Light edge wear, some spotting, corners and spine ends a bit bumped, back cover a little scuffed, 1949 gift inscription on front free end paper, interior pages tanning at edges, binding tight. Illustrated dust jacket has a half inch chip in bottom spine, shrt tears and creases along edges, some tanning, discolorations at edges of inner folds, slight clip at corners of inner folds.

$14.00

The Grain Ship

By Robertson, Morgan

McClure's Magazine and Metropolitan Magazine. Not stated. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 242 pages. A collection of stories featuring the title selection, From the Darkness and the Depths, Noah's Ark, The Finishing Touch, The Rock, The Argonauts, The Married Man, The Triple Alliance, Shovels and Bricks, and Extracts from Noah's Log.Red leatherette cover with blindstamped ship emblem in front cover and gilt titles on spine. Spine darkened with some holes in leatherette along spine and top edges, stains, edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, interior pages lightly tanned, hinges a little weak, binding otherwise tight.

$17.50

The Purple Tide
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The Purple Tide

By Silliman, Leland

Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, 1949. First edition, as stated. Hardcover. Good/good. Bolden, Joseph. 216 pages, illustrated with black and white drawings. Classic high school football story about a new by and new coach who turn around the fortunes of a losing team. Navy blue cloth binding with gilt titles on spine. Cover a bit faded with some edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, gilt a little rubbed at spine base, a little spotting, interior pages lightly tanned, binding tight. Mylar protected illustrated dust jacket with black and yellow titles on front cover and spine is a little creased, light edge wear, scrubbed spots at base and top of jacket spine, chip in jacket back cover at upper edge near spine, edges clipped.

$17.50

The Pirate\'s Daughter
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The Pirate's Daughter

By Cezair-Thompson, Margaret

Denver, Colorado: Unbridled Books, 2007. First edition, as stated. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. 394 pages. A fictional account of the West Indian women involved in the life of Errol Flynn. Red boards with gilt titles on front cover and spine, brown end papers. Very good condition with minor shelf wear, interior pages bright. Mylar covered illustrated dust jacket with red and gray titles on front cover and spine shows minor edge wear with slight wrinkles along bottom edge, possibly a little spotting on front cover of jacket, not price clipped.

$12.00

Dora Thorne/ Life's Joys by Emile Zola
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Dora Thorne/ Life's Joys by Emile Zola

By Braeme, Charlotte M.

New York: International Book Company, 1896?. Not stated. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. Two titles in one binding: Dora Thorne by the author of Madolin's Lover, 197 pages and Life's Joys by Emile Zola, 171 pages. Red blindstamped cloth binding with gilt titles on spine. Spine much darkened with faded gilt, spotting, edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, former owner's name "Mrs. W. J. H. Cabell" and date 1-27-96 on front fixed end paper, interior pages very tanned and fragile, binding a bit shaken.

$12.00

Thunderball
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Thunderball

By Fleming, Ian

New York: The Viking Press, 1961. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/good. 248 pages. James Bond of the British Secret Service takes on SPECTRE, beautiful women and fine yachts. Black and blue cloth binding with gilt titles on spine, green top edge. Ex-library, so mylar covered dust jacket is taped to book, but cover appears to be in good condition with a little edge wear, possible bumping of corners and spine ends, hinges weak showing a little webbing, "withdrawn" stamp on front free end paper, a little spotting of end papers, interior pages lightly tanned, marked out library stamp on top edge, library pocket on back free end paper, binding otherwise tight. Gray dust jacket with red and white titles on front cover and spine shows a little edge wear, may be stained, small chips in front of jacket, short tear in leading edge of front inner fold, sticker on spine of jacket.

$10.00

Death of an Addict
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Death of an Addict

By Beaton, M. C.

New York: Mysterious Press, 1999. First edition, as stated. Hardcover. Good/very good. 215 pages. Hamish Macbeth plunges into love and loss in this story of the death of a recovering drug addict. Blue boards with purple metallic titles on spine. Some edge wear with a little fading along edges, corners and spine ends a little bumped, interior pages a bit tanned, binding tight. Illustrated blue dust jacket with pink titles on front cover and spine shows a little edge wear, minor wrinkles in back corner near inner fold, not pirce clipped, a little tanned along inner folds.

$8.00

Valik Kulajutte (Selected Village Stories)
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Valik Kulajutte (Selected Village Stories)

By Kitzberg, August

Tallinn, Estonia: Kirjastus Eesti Raamat, 1983. Unknown. Vintage paperback. Good/No jacket. 183 pages with bibliography. In Estonian and appears to be a collection of short stories. Brick red illustrated wraps with white titles on front cover and spine. Cover tanned, some edge wear with small chips, wrinkles in cover near spine, crease in upper back cover, two staple binding with staples exposed at hinges and showing a little rust, interior pages bright, binding appears tight.

$14.00

The Man With the Golden Arm
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The Man With the Golden Arm

By Algren, Nelson

New York: Pocket Books, Inc., 1956. Second printing. Vintage paperback. Good/No jacket. 454 pages. "The powerful novel of gambling and dope and a woman's love." Cardinal Edition C-31. Gold illustrated wraps with white titles on front cover and black titles on spine. Heavy wear to cover with scuffs obscuring some portions of photos and text, chips along edges of cover, spotting and tanning, owner's name on front free end paper, interior pages tanned, binding appears tight.

$8.00

This Side of Innocence
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This Side of Innocence

By Caldwell, Taylor

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1946. Probable First Edition. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 499 pages. A passionate woman blazes into rural New York and shatters the Lindsey family. Tan cloth binding with red titles on front cover and red title block on spine, red top edge. Some wear to cover, corners and spine ends bumped, crease in spine, a little spotting, front end paper missing, front hinge weak and showing a little webbing, interior pages lightly tanned, binding otherwise tight.

$12.00

Casino Royale
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Casino Royale

By Fleming, Ian

New York: The MacMillan Company, 1953. Book Club. Hardcover. Fair/fair. 187 pages. The first James Bond spy novel, featuring gambling, beautiful women and the powerful Russian secret organization SMERSH. Black and blue clt\oth binding with gilt titles on spine, red top edge. Spotting of cover, some edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, corner of front free end paper torn off, interior pages lightly tanned, binding tight. Gray dust jacket with blue and white titles on front cover and spine is a bit faded and tanned, creased down front jacket cover, chips and short tears along edges, creases in inner folds

$15.00

Scarlet Royal
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Scarlet Royal

By Emery, Anne

Philadelphia: Macrae Smith Company, 1952. Not stated. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 223 pages, illustrated with black and white drawings. A coming of age story about a young woman and her love for a special horse. Pink boards with black titles on spine. Cover very faded with spotting and some scrubbing, edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, spine a bit cocked, front free end paper missing, interior pages lightly tanned with spotting on page edges, binding tight.

$10.00

Through the Winter
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Through the Winter

By Author not stated

Philadelphia: The American Sunday-School Union, 1881. Not stated. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 399 pages, illustrated with tissue protected frontispiece and black and white plates. A sentimental story about a young girl's difficult life through a long winter. Brown cloth binding with black and gilt decorations on front cover and spine with gilt titles on spine, decorative end papers. Some edge wear to cover, spotting, corners and spine ends bumped, cover scrubbed in places, front hinge split showing webbing, interior pages tanned, binding otherwise tight.

$14.00

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