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Publisher: "Providence, RI", 1990
Seller ID: 7NH019
"As new-gift quality. Annual literary Journal of Providence College Anthology of short fiction, poetry and photography. 94 pages." View more info
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks:
Seller ID: 9780061624773
Every gift has a price . . . every piece of lace has a secret.Towner Whitney, the self-confessed unreliable narrator, hails from a family of Salem women who can read the future in the patterns in lace, and who have guarded a history of secrets going back generations. Now the disappearance of two women is bringing Towner back home to Salem--and is bringing to light the shocking truth about the death of her twin sister. View more info
By: "Bauer, Ola"
Publisher: "Oslo, Norway", 1983
Seller ID: 2NT017
Condition: VERY GOOD+ / Fair
"As new except for faint age tanning of pages and owners name inside front (blacked out) and back covers. Dust jacket is intact but has rubbbing, faintest age soil, light scratches and small rip (taped repaired on inside) along top edge. ""Etter en fuktig overfart med menig Jenkins fra Londons fattigkvarter some aggressiv medpassasjer, kommer den norske reportere Jo vendt til Belfast."" Text in Norwegian. 235 pages." View more info
Publisher: "Bothell, WA", 2007
Seller ID: 00T045
"Each issue is as new, except A has a note written on the cover. ""A literary magazine dedicated to promoting excellent printed works of literary fiction, especially from new and emerging authors, and authors residing in the northwestern United States."" Each issue contains a single story ranging in length from 16 to 32 pages." View more info
Publisher: NY, 1973
Edition: (1st thus)
Seller ID: 48P017
"""A haunting story of a girl confronting her own death."" Owners name inside front cover. Slight yellowing. Tight, bright clean and square. Appears unread. " View more info
By: "Beerbohm, Max"
Publisher: "New Haven, CT", 1983
Seller ID: 1DT023
Condition: FINE / Fine
"As new except for faint foxing to exterior page edges and faintest of softening to top edge of spine. Dust jacket as new. For the first time an edition illustrated with all 80 of Beerbohm's own water color caricatures with which he had illustrated his own copy of the text. ""the quintessential Oxford novel…the beautiful Zuleika Dobson, and the havoc she wreaks on the dons and undergraduates when she visits Oxford during Eights Week"" " View more info
By: "Begag, Azouz"
Publisher: "Paris, France", 1986
Edition: (2nd edition)
Seller ID: 6-9P010
"As new - gift quality! Text in French. ""Oh, Allah, pourquoi m'as-tu donne des idiots pareils? gemit-elle a longueur de journee."" ""The Kid from Chaaba"" An autobiographical novel about the 8 year-old son of Algerian immigrants growing up in the suburban slums of Lyon, France. " View more info
By: "Belfer, Lauren"
Publisher: Harper Perennial:
Seller ID: 9780061252525
A Washington Post Best Novel of the Year An NPR Mystery of the YearIn the anxious days after Pearl Harbor, Life photojournalist Claire Shipley finds herself covering one of the nation's most important stories. At New York City's renowned Rockefeller Institute, researchers are racing to save thousands of wounded American soldiers and countless others by developing a miraculous new drug they call penicillin. For Claire, a single mother haunted by the loss of her youn... View more info
By: "Bell, David"
Publisher: NEW AMER LIB:
Seller ID: 9780451417510
Elizabeth Hampton is consumed by grief when her mother dies unexpectedly. Leslie Hampton cared for Elizabeth's troubled brother Ronnie's special needs, assuming Elizabeth would take him in when the time came. But Leslie's sudden death propels Elizabeth into a world of danger and double lives that undoes everything she thought she knew.... When police discover that Leslie was strangled, they immediately suspect that one of Ronnie's outbursts took a tragic turn. Eliza... View more info
By: "Bell, Ted"
Publisher: Pocket Star:
Seller ID: 9780743466721
Condition: very good
ALEX HAWKE RETURNS IN TED BELL'S EXPLOSIVE "NEW YORK TIMES" BESTSELLERClive Cussler called Ted bell's action thriller "Hawke" "rich, spellbinding, and absorbing." Now, a desperate race to avert an assault on America has Bell's brilliant intelligence agent battling terrorists on a breathtaking worldwide scale.Alexander Hawke, a direct descendant of the legendary pirate Blackhawke, is an expert on espionage and terror. A shadowy terrorist kingpin has orchestrated the... View more info
By: "Belmond, C.A."
Publisher: NAL Trade:
Seller ID: 9780451220523
After her Aunt Penelope dies, historical researcher Penny Nichols is astonished to learn that not only is she a bona fide heiress-but she's also been invited to put her research skills to work. This time, the history she's researching happens to be her very own. What she discovers about Aunt Penelope-a pair of wills, double lives, secret histories, and a family tree of vultures-is about to sweep Penny and a long-lost relative across France, over the hills of Italy, and t... View more info
Publisher: "Tel Aviv, Israel", 1967
Seller ID: 19P025
Condition: VERY GOOD+
"Tight, bright, faint age soil and rubbing to exterior, clean interior, square. Original price sticker on back Cover. 172 pages. Text in Hebrew. " View more info
By: "Bender, Aimee"
Seller ID: 9780385720960
Condition: very good
On the eve of her ninth birthday, unassuming Rose Edelstein bites into her mother's homemade lemon-chocolate cake and discovers she has a magical gift: she can taste her mother's emotions in the slice. To her horror, she finds that her cheerful mother tastes of despair. Soon, she's privy to the secret knowledge that most families keep hidden: her father's detachment, her mother's transgression, her brother's increasing retreat from the world. But there are some family... View more info