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Description:Very good. Appearance of only slight previous use. Cover and...Very good. Appearance of only slight previous use. Cover and binding show a little wear. All pages are undamaged with potentially only a few, small markings. Help save a tree. Buy all your used books from Thriftbooks. Read. Recycle and Reuse!
Description:Like New. Anchor Books, TPB, 2008. Appears never read, clean,...Like New. Anchor Books, TPB, 2008. Appears never read, clean, tight binding, no markings or highlighting, minimal shelf wear. Check my store for more books by this author.
Description:New York: Anchor Books, 2007. 247 pp. 12mo. Paperback. Book...New York: Anchor Books, 2007. 247 pp. 12mo. Paperback. Book Condition: Very good with moderate rubbing to edges of spine and light creasing of the spine. fiction.
Description:Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Tight binding with clean text....Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Tight binding with clean text. Cover has slight shelfwear. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 352 p. Isabel Dalhousie Mysteries (Paperback). Audience: Children/juvenile. For philosophically minded Isabel Dalhousie, editor of the Review of Applied Ethics, getting through life with a clear conscience requires careful thought. And with the arrival of baby Charlie, not to mention a passionate relationship with his father Jamie, fourteen years her junior, Isabel enters deeper and rougher waters. Late motherhood is not the only challenge facing Isabel. Even as she negotiates a truce with her furious niece Cat, and struggles for authority over her son with her formidable housekeeper Grace, Isabel finds herself drawn into the story of a painter's mysterious death off the island of Jura. Perhaps most seriously of all, Isabel's professional existence and that of her beloved Review come under attack from the machiavellian and suspiciously handsome Professor Dove. A master storyteller whether debating ethics in Edinburgh or pursuing lady detectives in Africa, here Alexander McCall Smith is as witty and wise as his irresistibly spirited heroine.
Description:Used-Good. This book has been previously used but is in good,...Used-Good. This book has been previously used but is in good, tight condition. The book does not show much wear and is clean with no damage to the pages. There may be some slight markings on the cover. Remember, we have a money back guarantee on all our books.
Description:*** FAST RELIABLE SERVICE *** USED, BUT IN VERY GOOD GENERAL...*** FAST RELIABLE SERVICE *** USED, BUT IN VERY GOOD GENERAL CONDITION *** LITTLE SIGN OF PREVIOUS OWNERSHIP. DAILY PRIORITY DISPATCH FROM UK WAREHOUSE STOCK.
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