Acceptable. Dust jacket is worn along edges. ACCEPTABLE with noted wear to cover and pages. Binding intact. May contain highlighting, inscriptions or notations. We offer a no-hassle guarantee on all our items. Orders generally ship by the next business day. Default Text.
First edition. Hardcover. First printing. A slim novel. A very good plus copy with some soiling to the top edge of the pages in an about very good dust jacket with creasing to the front flap, a few edge tears and some tape repairs to the verso.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Hardcover Textblock is unmarked. Black boards with gilt lettering are clean and sharp. A previous owner's name and date on first end page. Dust jacket is not price-clipped. Jacket has picture of young woman of colour being watched by giant eyeball on a pedestal.
Fine in Very Good+ jacket. Book Book has a mild bump to lower frnt corner of back board. DJ has some chipping at top of spine and several small closed tears and small spots on front. Dust jacket protected by removable Brodart cover.
Very Good jacket. First Edition. Publisher: Allison & Busby ( W H Allen ), London, 1989 Edition: F Description: 0312665806 A hardback First Edition in Good to Very Good condition, pages starting to brown, 148 pp, 205 x 135 mm., in a Very Good dust jacket.". Reed attempts to insult everyone in sight. and by and large he succeeds. His message-that hypocrisy runs so deep in all of us that we don't know the lies we tell. -is absolutely invaluable." This book is in stock now in our UK premises. Please note that dustjacket a.
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