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By Allen, Charlotte Vale

ISBN 0425053253. FICTION. Berkley Books. First printing. Paperback, 4x7 inches.. **FLAWS: Creased corner, light spine creases. Light edge and corner wear. Else Very Good-minus


Mulberry Square

By Larrimore, Lida

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1930. This is a Grosset & Dunlap Reprint. Hardcover in dust jacket illustrated by James Reid. Dark Lavender cloth binding. Dust jacket has lavender on dust jacket rather than the green shown by some listings. 290 pages. Clean interior, tight hinges. ** FLAWS: Book has a tiny wear spot on one corner tip. Dust jacket has a large chip on spine, and smaller edge and corner chips. A few quarter inch tears and one larger tear. Else Very Good / Fair to Good dust jacket



By Vance, Ethel

Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1939. First Edition (stated) .Hardcover, Corners clipped on dust jacket so NO price on jacket. Tan cloth binding has red and brown design and lettering. Dust jacket drawing by George F. Kelley. has Blue Sky with white clouds, 428 pages. Clean interior, tight hinges. FLAWS: dust jacket has chips and tears on edges.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Fair to Good


Glorious Thunder

By Ferguson, Blanche Smith

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1935. This is a Grosset & Dunlap Reprint of a previously published book title. Glorious Thunder by Blanche Smith Ferguson Hardcover in dust jacket illustrated by Manning deV. Lee.  Green cloth binding. 300 pages + 2 pages with book lists. Clean text pages, Hinges solid. Dust jacket has a clear, removable jacket protector provided. **FLAWS: Lower edges on book have shelf wear and book is shelf sloped. End papers tanning. Previous owner name in pencil. Dust jacket has chips and a few tears. Else Good / Good dust jacket.


Tarpaper Palace

By Larrimore, Lida

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1928. Reprint. Hardcover, turquoise cloth binding. 307 pages + 13 pages with book lists. Mary Ellen lives in a deserted old half finished tarpapered building on an island, Her life looks up when the handsome young owner shows up. Jacket art by "FE." Text pages appear clean, hinges are tight. **FLAWS: cloth at spine head has been chewed with some loss.Top page block has a chewed area near fore edge. Edge a spine end is soft. Color of cloth on lower edge has wear related fading. Dust jacket has a few chips and tears. Else Good / Good dust jacket. Hardcover. Good/Good. Illus. by "FE".


H. M. Pulham, Esquire

By Marquand, John P.

Boston: Little, Brown, 1941. NO dust jacket. First Edition after the printing of 950 copies for presentation. Published February ,1941. (stated). Hardcover. Beige cloth. Rose color top block. 432 pages, Clean text pages. ** FLAWS: design on front cover is very faded, End-papers are tanned in margins. Previous owner's name. Good / NO dust jacket. First Edition. Hardcover. Good+/No Jacket.


Women and Thomas Harrow

By Marquand, John P

Book Club Edition. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1958. NO Dust Jacket. A Reading Copy. Hardcover, states first edition, but believed to be a book club. 497 pages. Clean text pages. **FLAWS: Black crayon price on rear paste-down endpaper. Edge at spine ends have some cuts. Paper at half title page is split exposing hinge material. Rear end-papers each have a large crease. Edge wear on lower edges. Good - NO Dust Jacket


Spy Line

By Deighton, Len.

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1989. Second novel in the Hook, Line, Sinker spy trilogy, featuring Bernard Samson. First American Edition, First Prinitng. Hardcover, 291 pages. Clean interior with tight hinges. ISBN 0394551796. Clear removable jacket protector provided. The only flaw is a short creased tear.on the dust jacket at spine head. Else Near Fine / Very Good+ dust jacket


Gentleman's Agreement

By Hobson, Laura Z.

New York: Simon and Schuster, 1947. NO Dust Jacket. Title page date is 1947. Copyright 1946, 1947. Hardcover. Paper over board binding. Green lettering on front cover. 275 pages. Clean interior, tight hinges. **Flaws: cuts at edge on spine ends. Front cover's lower corner tip split exposing inner board. Good+ / NO dust jacket


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By Binchy, Maeve

Cover art shown may vary from our copy. New York: Dell, 1989. One previous Dell edition (stated) ISBN 0440122090. Thick paperback about 4x7x1-1/4 inches. 494 pages. Clean interior. FLAWS: Faint reading crease lines on spine, very light wear on corner tips. Very Good-minus


The Little Ark

By De Hartog, Jan

BOOK CLUB EDITION. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1953. NO dust jacket. Hardcover, Red covers. 213 pages. Illus. by Joseph Low. Clean interior, tight hinges. ** Flaws: Frayed at spine ends. Good+/ No Jacket.


Rachel, Rachel

By Laurence, Margaret

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1966. BOOK CLUB edition. Very Good / Good dust jacket. Hardcover. Has headbands. 213 pages. Previously published as A Jest of God. Text pages clean, hinges tight. *FLAWS: Previous owner's name removed. Book has slight spine slope. Dust jacket has closed tears, light wear on edges, scuffs on rear panel. Very Good / Good dust jacket


The Way to the Lantern

By Lindop, Audrey Erskine

New York: Doubleday & Company, 1961. NO dust jacket. Copyright 1961. Historical Fiction in the time of the French Revolution. Hardcover, cloth binding. 429 pages. Hinges solid. **FLAWS: Shelf slope, Covers are scuffed, corner tips worn. Edge at spine edge soft, with a bit of fray at heel edge. a few paint spots on cloth. Pages have a few brown spots. Fair to Good / Missing the dust jacket


The Gentle Infidel

By Schoonover, Lawrence

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1950. BOOK CLUB EDITION. The Gentle Infidel by Lawrence Schoonover. Copyright 1950. Hardcover, NO dust jacket. Red cloth binding. Headbands. Red tinted top edge. 304 pages. Clean interior, tight hinges. ** FLAWS: Spine sunned, frayed at edge on spine end. Some edge and corner wear. Slightly shelf sloped. Good / NO dust jacket.


Farewell the Stranger

By O'Brien, Saliee

BOOK CLUB EDITION. New York: William Morrow & Company, 1956. NO dust jacket. copyright 1956 by Frankie-Lee Zelley. aka Saliee O'Brien. Fiction: St Louis area 1808. Hardcover, lacking the dust jacket. Rust color boards. 224 pages. Clean interior, tight hinges. Very Good / NO Dust Jacket.


Those Other People

By O'Donnell, Mary King

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1946. NO dust jacket Houghton Mifflin Company Boston 1946. (SD 1946, and NAP on copyright page). Frontis and text drawings by F. Strobel. Hardcover. Light color cloth binding has gilt lettering on spine and front cover. Tinted top edges. Headband. 338 pages. Clean text pages, tight hinges. ** FLAWS: edge at spine ends soft. Previous owner name and a number on end paper. Else Very Good / NO dust jacket.


Once Upon a Time: An Adventure

By Wilkins, Vaughan

New York: The Macmillan Company., 1949. NO dust jacket. First Printing (stated). Hardcover, Light brown cloth binding. [x] (2) 359 pages. Hinges solid. **FLAWS: Worn on edges and corner tips. Spine has fray at ends and on its front right side. Crayon price on rear end paper. End papers tanning. Fair to Good / No dust jacket


Doctor Fisher of Geneva or the Bomb Party

By Greene, Graham

New York: Simon and Schuster, 1980. NO dust jacket, The cloth binding shows minor scratches and wear, especially on rear cover. Crayon price on end paper. Remainder dot. First Edition, first printing. 1980. Hardcover; Rust color cloth binding. 156 pages. ISBN 0671254677. Hinges tight. Good / NO dust jacket



By White, Patrick

New York: The Viking Press, 1957. NO dust jacket. BOOK CLUB edition. Set in nineteenth-century Australia. " A sweeping novel about a secret passion between the explorer Voss and the young orphan Laura. As Voss is tested by hardship, mutiny, and betrayal during his crossing of the brutal Australian desert, Laura awaits his return in Sydney, where she endures their months of separation as if her life were a dream and Voss the only reality. Marrying a sensitive rendering of hidden love with a stark adventure narrative". Hardcover. NO dust jacket. Blue cloth binding. 442 pages. Clean text pages, tight hinges. ** FLAWS: Fraying at edge on spine ends. Crayon price on rear paste-down end paper. Good+ / NO dust jacket


The Strumpet Wind

By Merrick, Gordon

New York: William Morrow & Comapny, 1947. NO dust jacket. BOOK CLUB edition. Merrick's first novel, "The Strumpet Wind (1947), was a big success in the United States for a gay novel. The somewhat autobiographical novel is about a gay American spy in France during World War II. Gay themes are minimized in the novel, which explores concepts of individual liberty and freedom." Hardcover. 248 pages. Tight hinges.** FLAWS: Wear at spine edges, Color worn at corner tips. Tint on top block edge faded. Previous owner name on end paper. Good / NO dust jacket


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