Acceptable. Cocked Spine. Soiled Cover and/or Pages. Staining on Cover and/or Pages. Marks on Page Edges. Ex-Library Copy w/Markings. Discoloration, Tanning or Foxing on Cover and/or Pages. Used-Acceptable. Reading Copy. May have damage to cover, notes, underlining, highlighting, but all text legible. May have tears to DJ or missing DJ. Purchasing this item from Goodwill provides vocational opportunities to individuals with barriers to employment.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. First edition, hardcover, slight lean, top edge lightly browned, page edges lightly soiled, otherwise a VG+ copy in a VG dustjacket which has some tanning to the spine and top edge, a two inch closed tear to the base of the front panel and a few short closed tears and creases.
Historical Fiction is the way to teach history, Terry C Johnston is the best. I have read this series over the years maybe 5 times, each time feels like the first. If you love stories of the history of America or just love westerns/early days in the west you must read the story of Titus Bass, mountain man. Terry describes how they dressed, talked, lived and worked each day in vivid detail. The detail of the scenery makes you feel right there. (Terry has walked the land he writes about). What else can I say, if you love historical fiction read about Titus Bass or pick up any Terry C Johnston book and enjoy.
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