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Edition: First edition
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill Co., Indianapolis / New York.
Date published: 1949
Description: Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Reading Copy. Cover has surface blemishing. Minor wiggle to binding. Edge, corner wear. Dulling to spine titles. Dark blue cloth over boards. Gold titles. 423 p. 22 cm. Historical Romance Fiction set in England, 16th century. Prior owner had inked a verse perpendicular to text on first 4 left-hand pages. Contents in 4 parts: What Many Men Desire; As Much as He Deserves; The Shadow of Allah; And Hazard All He Is. Read More
Publisher: G P Putnam's Sons.
Date published: 1935
Description: Laune, Paul (Jacket illustration by). Fair in fair dust jacket. Ex-library. Signed by previous owner. Reading copy: boards separating at front and back. DJ adhering to boards and wrinkled. Lending library book, Rosebud Candy Shoppe, Nashua NH. Clean interior. 256 p. Tan cloth over boards. Stitched binding. Romantic fiction, set in Great Britain. A young actress, threatened by tuberculosis, is sent to England's hill country for a few months of rest. She meets a small boy from an unhappy home. ... Read More
Edition: First edition
Binding: Mass-market paperback
Publisher: Love Spell Books / Dorchester Publishing Company., New York. Publisher ads at back.
Date published: 1999
Description: Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. Sun-'yellowed' top and 2/3rds right page block. Clean. Slight upper front corner bump. 'Autographed Copy' gold cover sticker. Mass market (rack) paperback. Raised print gold lettering cover. Color photo cover. Glued binding. 400 p. Center double card stock romance novels ads. Audience: General/trade. Romance fiction: A tugboat captain needs a short order cook and the applicant, a trainee of the New Orleans School for Etiquette and Social ... Read More