From the wife of Vice President Dick Cheney comes a novel about a strong and beautiful woman who breaks all the rules of the American frontier.From the wife of Vice President Dick Cheney comes a novel about a strong and beautiful woman who breaks all the rules of the American frontier.Read Less
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Good. 0451112040 Good; Softcover; 1981, New American Library Publishing; Covers clean, but with a couple of very light water-marks to edges & a couple of small scrape marks; Name on 1st endpaper; Pages yellowed from age, but otherwise unmarked; Good binding with straight spine; White covers with frontier drawing & title in black lettering; 215 pages; "Sisters, " by Lynne Cheney.
Fair. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Minor edge and corner wear; scuffed and scratched; spine is creased as well as the lower corner of the front of the wrapper; spine is slightly rolled; pages are toning; liquid stain on the outer page edges; a couple of spots on the rear of the wrapper where the surface of the wrapper is scuffed off; former owner's initials are in ink on the ffep; 12/14 is written in ink on the outer page edges; overall still a nice used and rare first edition (stated)! Very very rare and hard-to-find title! 215 unmarked historical pages! "The American West when men were men----and women were property. Beautiful, stong-willed Sophie Dymond had overcome nineteenth-century prejudices to succeed as a publisher of a hugely popular women's magazine. But when she left New York to visit her native Wyoming..........." EXTREMELY SCARCE AND OUT-OF-PRINT FIRST EDITION written by the former Second Lady of the United States!
Very Good. Paperback. 215 pp. Spine creases, initials "RG" and "June 1982" in ink. Scarce. There once was a sapphist from Casper / Whose Dick was quite a disaster / He was always cocksure / But he shot premature / While she dreamed of how women would grasper.
Vey Good+ 215pgs. pictorial cover. barely read., minor creases to edges, corner of front panel. light toning to pages, small loss of color on foreege, otherwise tight and collectible copy of Dick Cheney's sister's novel.
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