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New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1954. This incredible Depression-era story concerns the Jordan family's hope for survival by moving to the gorge of Idaho's Snake River known as Hell's Canyon to raise sheep starting in 1932. This modern-day pioneer story of a large family's hardship, adventure, and survival is inspirational. The author has signed the Title Page of this Third Printing, "Sincerely, Grace Jordan." The book is bound in black cloth with die-stamped gilt spine titles. The... Read more
New York: Warner Books, 2006. This Stated First Edition from May 2006 also has the complete "number line" ending in a "1" to indicate First Printing. It is in Brand New condition with a Brand New dust jacket and would make a perfect gift, especially for the male golf enthusiast in your life who enjoys dirty jokes, especially dirty jokes about his favorite sport. (There are a few G-rated ones, too, that you can tell in polite society!) The book is bound in blue paper-covered boards... Read more
London: Profile Books. Near Fine. 2005. Reprint; Twelfth Printing. Paperback. Light foxing to edges of reading block. ; Nice tight copy, no names inside, appears unread and near as new. Cover artwork by Brett Ryder. ; New Scientist; 224 pages; A selection of questions and answers from the popular 'Last Word' section of New Scientist magazine. .
McGraw Hill, 1968. 1st. Hardcover. A FINE tight copy in a near FINE bright dj inscribed & signed by Jesse Stuart .
London: Headline, 2015. Book. Illus. by Illustrated with Photographs. New. Hardcover. Signed by both authors. First Edition/First Printing. An unread copy, signed 'Mary Berry & Lucy Young' to the title page. In this book Mary Berry and Lucy Young share more than 150 fabulous recipes, as well as their time - and energy-saving tips - from melting chocolate on the back shelf, to frying Scotch Pancakes on the Simmering Plate and slow roasting meat overnight in your Simmering Oven. The result is... Read more
Prentive Hall, 1962. 1st. Hardcover. Lite toning to eps & pastedowns else a FINE tight copy in a VG+ bright dj.
Ballantine, 2001. 1st. Hardcover. A bright MINT copy in a gorgeous MINT dj!!.
Oxford World's Classics, Great Britain, 1999. Softcover. Very Good. Size: 7"-8" Tall. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Psychology & Psychiatry; Medicine & Health. ISBN: 0192823523. ISBN/EAN: 9780192823526. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 46150. . 9780192823526
Blackburn: John Neville Haworth, Town Hall Buildings, 1863. Book. Very Good +. Soft cover. 1st Edition. First UK Edition, First Print. This is a first edition, first printing, pp. 1-53 (i-vii Appendix). original stamped green still boards, pale green end pages. Clean pages, toning in places, some light spotting in places, complete. Scarce.
1931. [Oxford: Oxford University Press,] July 1931. Original grey printed wrappers. First Edition, being "Pamphlet No. 79" of The English Association. This was Buchan's "presidential address" delivered to the association on November 22, 1930. He touches upon such writers as George Eliot, Dickens, Thackeray and Coleridge. A very good-plus copy (two small holes near the spine, as for a ring binder). Blanchard A90.
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 2006. reprint. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: natasha Law. the book literally covers all aspects of daily life and playing poker to climbing out of a car in a miniskirt, to changing a light globe. Little tricks of the trade (so to speak) are given Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 480 pages. A very clean secondhand copy, with no damage apart from age toning of the page edges. Please refer to accompanying picture (s).... Read more
Sheldon Press, 1977. 1st. Hardcover. A VERY FINE tight copy in a FINE bright dj.
London: Viking. Very Good+. 1994. Paperback. Minor shelf wear. ; Special Booksellers' Preview sample paperback edition comprising a fraction of the final first hardback edition. Nice tight copy, no names inside, appears unread. ; 112 pages; A murder story told from inside the house where murder was born. The house where the author grew up with his brother, the notorious killer Gary Gilmore, and in some ways the house that he has never been able to leave behind. .
London: Michael Joseph, 1997. This 4th Printing of this lavish book is in Fine condition with a Fine, price-unclipped dust jacket. I've placed the dust jacket into an archival Brodart protective sleeve. Anyone interested in the lives of the royals, particularly Queen Elizabeth II, will be fascinated by the restoration of her main home, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, England. Due to a fire in November, 1992, nine of the finest state apartments in the palace and more than 100 other rooms, including the... Read more
1914. [in original glassine] Boston: Small, Maynard & Company, 1914. Original rose paper-covered boards pictorially decorated in black, with original plain glassine wrapper. First Edition (there was no British edition). Doyle wrote this in 1913 (at which time it appeared in the Fortnightly Review), but it was not published in book form (as here) until September 1914 -- the month after "The Guns of August." Doyle wrote this in response to Bernhardi's "Germany and the Next... Read more
John Currey, O'Neil, Melbourne, 1982. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Size: 10"-12" Tall. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Australian History; ISBN: 0859023362. ISBN/EAN: 9780859023368. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 46561. . 9780859023368
Harper, 2009. Hardcover. A VERY FINE bright tight copy in a gorgeous FINE dust jacket! .
Greenwood Press, 1980. 1st. Hardcover. A VERY FINE tight copy in a Near FINE bright dj.
Startup Visions, 2009. 1st. Paperback. A FINE bright tight copy!.
London: Sceptre. Very Good+. 1999. Reprint; Sixteenth Printing. Paperback. Minor reading creases, five black marker pen strokes across top of reading block. ; Sixteenth printing. Nice tight copy, no names or marks inside. Cover artwork by Brigid Collins. ; B&W Illustrations; 400 pages; An extraordinary tale of nutneg, the island of Run and a heroic English adventurer. Makes you want to pack your bags now and go travel! .
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1936. Although often remembered as one of the blacklisted Hollywood Ten, John Howard Lawson (1894-1977) was also a co-creator of the Screen Actor's Guild and a prolific play and screenwriter. This rare book on the theory and technique of playwriting has become a classic for those writers interested in how to structure and create convincing, well-rounded, balanced characters, within a theatrical framework. Originally published in 1936, this is a Third Impression. The... Read more
1860. [the very scarce first issue] [London: St. Luke's Hospital, 1860.] Original pale mauve wrappers. First Edition, first issue -- with the final paragraph in the same type as the rest of the text (and not in bold type), with the wrapper mauve (and not pink -- though all are today faded), with the front cover title followed by a period (not by a comma), and with the front cover border decorative on all sides (not just at the corners). Dickens describes the wretched conditions inside St.... Read more
New York: Robert M. McBride & Co., 1931. For those interested in California life in the early part of the 20th Century, this fascinating fourth edition is an eye-opener to a state that has been so built up over the past century that it is unrecognizable. The book is in Very Good condition. It is bound in a blue cloth with gilt spine titles. The gilt is rubbed but easily readable. There is a 1/4-inch spine cloth tear at the bottom and a partial tear in the front seam, as well as corner rubbing. The... Read more
Stein & Day, 1985. 1st. Hardcover. A FINE tight copy in a near FINE bright dj.
1971 paperback. Clean, tight, ruled underlining on about half the pages, light cover wear, cover edges lightly yellowed.