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Angel, TAYLOR, Elizabeth
1 7205 TAYLOR, Elizabeth Angel
Softcover; Trade PB Virago Press: London; c1957, 1984; 252 pages Very Good 
Faint spine and cover creases, a bit of edgewear, pages age yellowed as is common with Virago editions; pages clean, none loose. ; Angel is Angelica Deverell is a child born in drab surroundings with a powerfully romantic mind set on becoming a successful writer. Written in 1957, this is the tale of a popular writer of romances, tailored on MarieCorelli. It is about the rise and fall of a complicated person who does not understand herself as she thinks she does. This novel is quite different from Elizabeth Taylor's other work.; 'I discovered Elizabeth Taylor in the1980's...what a lovely, accomplished writer.'- Holly H. of the ATS and AT and DES email discussion groups. This author also recommended by Linda S. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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At Mrs. Lippincote's, TAYLOR, Elizabeth
2 7103 TAYLOR, Elizabeth At Mrs. Lippincote's
Softcover; Trade PB Virago Modern Classics: London; (1945) 2000; Reprint 215 pages Very Good+ 
No spine or cover creases, faint edgewear and rubbing. Page edges pale yellow as is often seen in Virago editions. A lovely copy.; The author's first novel, originally published in 1945. 'Mrs. Lippincote's house, with its heavy furniture and yellowing photographs, stands for all the certainties that have vanished with the advent of war. And, temporarily, it is home for Julia. Regarded as a most unsatisfactory officer's wife, Julia has joined her husband Roddy at the behest of the RAF, along with her young son and Roddy's cousin Eleanor.'; 'I discovered Elizabeth Taylor in the1980's...what a lovely, accomplished writer.'- Holly H. of the ATS and AT and DES email discussion groups. 'At Mrs Lippincote’s is an especial favourite...'[by this author]- Lyn B. author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog and member of the DES email discussion group. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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Game of Hide and Seek, A, TAYLOR, Elizabeth
3 7209 TAYLOR, Elizabeth Game of Hide and Seek, A
Softcover; Trade PB Penguin (Virago): New York; c1951,1986; 260 pages Very Good 
This edition has a new introduction by Elizabeth Jane Howard. Like all of her fiction, Elizabeth Taylor writes beautifully, with irony as light as feather and characterization without flaw. This is a story of first love, settling for second best, and returning to the first. Recommended.; Spine and cover creases, page edges (with black remainder mark on bottom) yellowed as is common with Virago editions, a bit of edgewear; interior pages clean, none loose.; "I know it has often been the case that every new (to me) book by Elizabeth Taylor I read becomes the 'best' one I have read so far, but this time, honestly, I think I might really mean it."- Lynne H. author of the 'dovegrey reader scribbles' blog. 'Taylor has a wickedly funny sense of humour and a magnificent talent for capturing the absurd, both of which remind us of the joy and pleasure to be found amidst the realities of navigating our path through life. Of all the novels of hers I have read, which is a fair few now, I think A Game of Hide and Seek is her finest.' -Rachel, author of the "Book Snob" blog. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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In a Summer Season, TAYLOR, Elizabeth
4 6901 TAYLOR, Elizabeth In a Summer Season
Softcover; Trade PB Carroll & Graf: NY; c1961,1991; 220 pages Very Good 
Spine creases, some edgewear, inside covers pale brown, pages clean, no binding problems. This edition has an introduction by Susannah Clapp. ; This wonderful book is about a mother with a secret life, a constrained woman bursting out of constraint, domesticity gone mad, the containment of desire and anger, and so much more.; Highly recommended by Holly H. of the ATS and AT and DES email discussion groups. "I discovered Elizabeth Taylor in the1980's...what a lovely, accomplished writer. This is my particular favorite, although I can recommend them all." Image is of actual book offered. 
Price: 9.95 USD
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Sleeping Beauty, The, TAYLOR, Elizabeth
5 6647 TAYLOR, Elizabeth Sleeping Beauty, The
Softcover; Trade PB Dial Press: NY; c1953,1983; 250 pages Very Good- 
Light spine and cover creases, covers edgeworn and rubbed. Page edges have a few smudges; interior pages clean, none loose. This edition has an introduction by Susannah Clapp.; Emily is the Sleeping Beauty and the quiet, sensible Vinny Tumulty, on a visit to the seaside, has fallen madly in love with her. The town is appropriately named Seething, for under cover of a narrative full of the daily details of living is bigamy and more. The author's most romantic novel.; "Highly recommended."- Holly H. of the ATS and AT email discussion group. This author recommended by Linda S. Front cover matches sample image. 
Price: 11.75 USD
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Soul of Kindness, TAYLOR, Elizabeth
6 6881 TAYLOR, Elizabeth Soul of Kindness
Softcover; Trade PB Dial Press: New York; c1964,1983; Reprint 219 pages Very Good 
No spine creases, covers a bit edgeworn and faintly creased. Page edges pale yellow, bottom edges remainder sprayed; interior pages clean.; While Flora Quartermaine appears to be the soul of kindness, she is, in fact, soulless. She appears to be Lady Bountiful and a beauty, bestowing herself on an admirably assembled cast of characters who, for the most part, worship at her feet. This beautifully written book is about self-love and its implications. Recommended.; 'I discovered Elizabeth Taylor in the1980's...what a lovely, accomplished writer.'- Holly H. of the ATS and AT and DES email discussion groups. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 6.50 USD
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View of the Harbour, A, TAYLOR, Elizabeth
7 7358 TAYLOR, Elizabeth View of the Harbour, A
Softcover; Trade PB NY Review Books: NY; c1947,2015; 313 pages Near Fine 
A lovely copy with faint edgewear; looks unread.; This is a wonderfully written tale of fundamental human drama set in a second-rate seaside post WWII town. There is infidelity, wit, compassion and a very believable set of characters. This edition has an introduction by Roxana Robinson.; This author recommended by Linda S. and by Holly H. of the ATS and AT and DES email discussion groups. This title reviewed and recommended by Jane the author of "Fleur in her World" blog and by Rachel, author of the "Book Snob" blog. "Elizabeth Taylor is an author I’ve read with great enjoyment over the years." - Lyn B. author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog and member of the DES email discussion group. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 8.95 USD
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