Four children, living alone with their mother, decide not to inform the authorities when she dies. Instead they take her down into the cellar and bury her in cement and for the next days, weeks and months live far away from normal conventions.Four children, living alone with their mother, decide not to inform the authorities when she dies. Instead they take her down into the cellar and bury her in cement and for the next days, weeks and months live far away from normal conventions.Read Less
Fair. A readable copy only. All pages and the cover are intact, may not include dust jacket. Pages may include considerable notes in pen or have highlighting. Possible ex library copy. May not contain accessories.
First U.S. edition. Hardcover. First printing. The first novel and the second book from the author of the Booker Prize winning novel "Amsterdam." A close to near fine copy with a remainder mark to the top edge of the pages in a near fine dust jacket. A bright and clean copy.
N-Fine in N-Fine jacket. Remainder A square solid tight unread copy. This copy has just a hint of pagedge soil else fine, two very light nudges to the board corners. The priced jacket has some light rubbing wear, light soil, creasing to the front flap.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Hard cover has tan boards and black cloth spine with gold lettering to spine. Bottom corners have a small bump. Pages and text are clean and bright, bottom edges of pages have a remainder mark on edges. Dust jacket has a light curl to top edges and mild edgewear.
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