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Lydia Bailey

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It is 1800, and Albion Hamlin's client has run afoul of the notorious Alien and Sedition Acts. Before he knows what has happened, Albion has lost his ... Show synopsis

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  • 1. Hardcover, Doubleday, 1947

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    Description: Fine. No dust jacket. 488 p. mounted col. front. 25 cm. Garden...

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    Description: Very good. Doubleday and Company, Garden City, NY, 1947. 1st...

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    Description: Near Fine in Very Good Plus jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7; Stated...

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    Description: Good in fair dust jacket. 488 p. mounted col. front. 25 cm. This...

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  • 8. Hardcover, Doubleday, 1947

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    Description: Fine in very good dust jacket. 499 pages. First edition, first...

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  • 9. Hardcover, Doubleday & Co., 1947

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    Description: 1st Ed. VG in VG (price-clipped) DJ. signed by Roberts, bottom...

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  • 10. Hardcover, Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1947

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    Description: Very Good in No jacket. 4to-over 9"-12" tall First, limited...

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Overall customer rating: 5.000
DowninginReading

His-story, her-story

by DowninginReading on Aug 6, 2009

Roberts presents history in a way few have ever even approached---as high drama, detailed and authentic, with dashing heroes, a delectable heroine, an unforgettable supporting cast and as great a world wide reach as Ludlum or LeCarre. This is truly a thriller. Kenneth Roberts was a highly talented writer who started life as a Professor of History. He spent years researching his novels, going to original sources, far from the dry leaves of the librarian researcher. I have recently had people whom I had not seen for twenty and forty years thank me for lending them Lydia Bailey. And my twenty something daughter is enmeshed at this moment. From Boston to the Caribbean to the Mediterranean, this is what fine story telling is.

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