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191 6256 DELDERFIELD, R. F. Green Gauntlet, The [Horseman Riding By volume 3]
Hardcover; Ex-Library Simon & Schuster: New York; 1968; First US Edition 475 pages Good 
Ex-library book with usual stamps and markings, a first edition rebound with library binding. Book slightly cocked, bumped spine ends and corners lightly worn (not to boards), pages yellowed and a bit soiled. ; The third volume in the 'A Horseman Riding By' series; a saga of three decades of English country life in Devon through World War II.; This author recommended by Lori B. and Geraldine H. of the DES email discussion group and by Kristi J. of the AT and DES email discussion groups. 
Price: 9.75 USD
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The Avenue Goes to War [Vol II of The Avenue], DELDERFIELD, R. F.
192 6662 DELDERFIELD, R. F. The Avenue Goes to War [Vol II of The Avenue]
Softcover; Mass Market PB Coronet Books: London; c1969, 1973; 630 pages Very Good 
Spine lightly curved and creased, white covers lightly soiled and edgeworn, first advert page and some page edges foxed, pages pale tan but not brittle; interior pages clean, none loose. ; This second volume of "The Avenue" saga, set in London, follows Jim Carver and his neighbors during World War Two.; 1940-1947 Vol II of The Avenue; This author recommended by Lori B. of the DES email discussion group. Front cover matches sample image. 
Price: 6.95 USD
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193 1424 Delderfield, R. F. Theirs Was the Kingdom
Hardcover Simon & Schuster: New York; 1971; Book Club Edition Very Good in Very Good- dust wrapper  
785 pages; Previous owner name on decorated free endpaper, spine head and tail bumped, corners worn; dust wrapper edgeworn, several chips and tears. ; Second volume of the Swann trilogy. ; This author recommended by Geraldine H. of the DES email discussion list.  
Price: 10.00 USD
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Theirs Was the Kingdom , Delderfield, R. F.
194 1573 Delderfield, R. F. Theirs Was the Kingdom
Softcover; Mass Market PB Pocket Books: New York; (1971)1972; Very Good  
860 pages; Pages slightly age browned, some spine and cover creases, binding is in good condition, no loose pages. ; Second book in the Swann saga.  
Price: 5.25 USD
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195 2351 DELDERFIELD, R.F. Give Us This Day
Softcover; Mass Market PB Pocket Books: New York; c1973,1975; Reprint Very Good+  
717 pages; Covers lightly edgeworn, spine faintly creased; interior pages clean and bright.; Published after the author's death in 1972, this is the final volume of the Swann trilogy.  
Price: 4.75 USD
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Knight in Shining Armor, A, DEVERAUX, Jude
196 7337 DEVERAUX, Jude Knight in Shining Armor, A
Hardcover; Book Club Edition Pocket Books: New York; 1989; Book Club Edition 310 pages Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper 
Spine ends bumped, bottom board edge has tiny worn spot revealing board, previous owner note Doubleday Book Club and price in ink on rear pastedown. A few pages of deckled fore-edge indented, interior pages clean and bright, no binding problems. Edgeworn dust wrapper faintly soiled on peach spine and rear panel with a short closed tear at front panel spine head.; The author's favourite book, this is a wonderful read involving time travel to 16th century England. The main character is a bit annoying for the first 15 pages, but keep reading, it's worth it! Dougless Montgomery is an American with a knack for choosing the wrong men to get involved with. Her fiance, her latest wrong choice, abandons her in a church in England. A rather oddly dressed man (in armor?) suddenly appears and the adventure begins. Highly recommended.; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 12.75 USD
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197 308 Di Donato, Georgia Firebrand
Hardcover Doubleday: NY; 1982; First US Edition Very Good- in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Bottom corners bumped; dust wrapper edgeworn, small tears, slight soil. ; Story of a young woman journalist's adventures. Set in the Pacific Northwest during the early 20th Century.  
Price: 8.00 USD
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198 6513 DICKENS, Monica Enchantment [Large Print]
Hardcover; Ex-Library Chivers Press: Bath; c1989,1990; Large Print Edition 203 pages Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper 
An ex-library copy with the expected stamps, markings, and pocket. Skinned areas on both pastedowns and tape shadows on boards where dust wrapper was once attached to book. Dust wrapper very lightly creased and edgeworn, a piece of tape at spine foot but no library label. ; Tim, a seller of fabric by day, sits alone at night and plays fantasy games that transport him to other worlds. 'What begins as harmless escapism, however, gradually takes over his life, until he is in danger of losing his grip and sliding full-time into fantasy.' 
Price: 8.50 USD
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Mariana, DICKENS, Monica
199 6886 DICKENS, Monica Mariana
Softcover; Trade PB Persephone Books: London; c1940, 2008; 377 pages Very Good+ 
Spine lightly curved and creased, a few faint smudges to page edges. A nice copy.; This edition has a new preface by Harriet Lane. While waiting to hear if her husband has survived on his destroyer after it hits a mine, Mary remembers her life growing up in England between the wars; her attempts at drama school, her first serious love affair, and her happiness with her husband. A funny and sad novel writtin in 1940 that could be considered as contributing to the war effort, as did 'Mrs. Miniver'.; The January 2005 DoveGrey discussion book, enjoyed by many members. Recommended by Norma H. and by us. This author also recommended by Lyn B., author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog and member of the DES email discussion group. Cover matches sample image. 
Price: 13.25 USD
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One Pair of Feet, DICKENS, Monica
200 6980 DICKENS, Monica One Pair of Feet
Softcover; Mass Market PB Penguin: Harmondsworth, England; c1942,1971; Reprint 221 pages Good+ 
Spine and cover creases, covers have light edgewear and soil. Pages age browned but not brittle; interior pages clean, none loose. ; Here is a brilliantly funny account of Monica Dickens' one year of nurse training. The book is full of cheerful impudence, an astute power of observation, and a Dickensian insight into character.'; This title recommended by Lyn B., author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog and member of the DES email discussion group.Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 7.75 USD
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Open Book, An, DICKENS, Monica
201 7366 DICKENS, Monica Open Book, An
Hardcover Mayflower Books: New York; 1978; First US Edition 210 pages B&W Photographs: Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Rust cloth binding has faintly bumped spine ends; no binding problems. Pages faintly yellow but clean. Unclipped dust wrapper faintly edgeworn. A very nice copy indeed. ;

'Dickens's light-hearted and honest autobiography takes us from her childhood in the upstairs-downstairs world of the twenties through her celebrated exploits as a cook-general, nurse, munitions worker, provincial newspaper reporter, and, finally, bestselling novelist, wife and mother. Charles Dickens's great-granddaughter shows here that she has inherited his humour and humanity, as well as his zest for everything that life has to offer. ' ; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 15.50 USD

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202 137 DICKENS, Monica Portobello Road [Joy and Josephine]
Hardcover Michael Joseph: Toronto; 1948; First Canadian Edition 8vo ; 400 pages Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper 
Spine ends and corners bumped, 1/4" tear at spine head. Page edges slightly dusty; interior pages clean, no binding problems. Unclipped dust wrapper has some edgewear, chips at spine ends and a 2" tear bottom front spine. ; Published in the UK as "Joy and Josephine". During WWII two young babies, one a foundling and one an aristocrat sent for a short stay, arrive at an orphanage. After an accident, one of the babies is adopted by a family that owns a shop on Portobello Road. Which of the babies was it? An engrossing tale that looks at 'nature vs. nurture'. ; Recommended by Clare G. of the DES and DoveGrey email discussion groups. 
Price: 24.00 USD
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203 3923 DICKENS] WATKINS, Gwen Dickens in Search of Himself : Recurrent Themes and Characters in the Work of Charles Dickens
Hardcover Barnes & Noble: New Jersey; 1986; First Edition Thus Very Good+ in Near Fine dust wrapper  
165 pages; A new book with faintly bumped and worn spine ends. Dust wrapper faintly rubbed.; Although the book is scholarly in approach, its plain and lively style, its original theories and its new treatment of Dickens' female characters ensures its accessibility and appeal to the general reader as well as to the specialist student.  
Price: 18.75 USD
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204 881 DICKINSON, Joan Younger Book of Diamonds: Their History and Romance from Ancient India to Modern Times
Hardcover Avenel: New York; 1965; Second Printing 226+index pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Spine ends very lightly bumped, previous owner gift inscription on front free endpaper. Dust wrapper, lightly edgeworn with a 2 inch crease in the laminate (publishing flaw). ; Introduction by Harry Winston with over 200 black and white illustrations plus a guide to selecting cuts and carats and a glossary of diamond terms.  
Price: 9.00 USD
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205 265 Dillard, Annie Living
Hardcover Harper Collins: NY; 1992; First US Edition 8vo ; 397 pages Very Good in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Text block edges 5 small spots, spine bumped; dw edgeworn 
Price: 9.50 USD
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Whyte Harte, The, DOHERTY, P. C.
206 4500 DOHERTY, P. C. Whyte Harte, The
Hardcover St Martin's Press: NY; 1988; First US Edition 256 pages Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper 
Neat previous owner signature in black ink on front free endpaper. List of author's three previous books has a small black checkmark next to one title. Spine ends bumped, small white marks on bottom board edge, faint dust on top textblock edge. Unclipped dust wrapper edgeworn and lightly rubbed with some small chips and one very short closed tear. A nice copy. ; The first in the Matthew Jankyn (ex-scholar, liar, mercenary soldier, and thief) series of mysteries set in 15th Century England. This novel focuses on the death of Richard II. 
Price: 82.50 USD
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207 838 Donaldson, Stephen R. Mirror Of Her Dreams, Mordant's Need
Hardcover Ballantine: New York; 1986; First US Edition 642 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Very slight fading to upper edge of boards; dust wrapper has very light edgewear and rubbing. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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208 3834 DOUGLAS, Hugh and Michael J. Stead Flight of Bonnie Prince Charlie, The
Hardcover Sutton Publishing: Phoenix Mill, Gloustershire; 2000; First British Edition Very Good+ in Near Fine dust wrapper  
4to 11" - 13" tall; 190 pages; A new book with slightly rippled page edges. Dust wrapper has slight edgewear and rubbing. Profusely illustrated with colour and black and white photographs and maps, a lovely book.; ' In July of 1745 Prince Charles Edward Stuart, heir to the exiled Stuart dynasty, made landfall at Barra Head, the southernmost tip of the Outer Hebrides—the first time he had touched the soil of his native Scotland—ready to claim the land he believed he had a divine right to rule. Within nine months his plans were crushed by the Hanoverians. With his defeat at Culloden, Prince Charles fled his homeland, hunted ruthlessly by the army of King George II. Yet the Scottish Jacobites who loved him aided Bonnie Prince Charlie at every turn of the five-month flight, hiding him, feeding him—especially Flora MacDonald, who disguised the young prince as her maid. Michael J. Stead's color photographs illustrate Charles' journey step-by-step.' ; Published @ £20.00.  
Price: 16.75 USD
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Day of Small Things, The, DOUGLAS, O. [Anna Buchan]
209 7151 DOUGLAS, O. [Anna Buchan] Day of Small Things, The
Softcover; Trade PB Greyladies: Edinburgh; c1930, 2012; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 338 pages New 
The author was the sister of John Buchan. This is the sequel to 'The Proper Place' but can be read on its own. It is the tale of daily life in the small coast town of Fife, featuring Lady Jane and her daughter Nicole.

“To you and to me this is the day of small things – Who said that? Someone in the Bible, wasn’t it? And the small things keep you going wonderfully: the kindness of friends; the fact of being needed; nice meals; books; interesting plays; the funny people in the world; the sea and the space and the wind – not very small, are they, after all?”
Old friends and new in the Borders and Fife: Nicole and her mother, Lady Jane Rutherfurd; Mrs. Heggie; Mrs. Jackson; and Barbara Burt, now Mrs. Andrew Jackson, of Rutherfurd. This edition now out of print.
; A new copy.; Recommended by Geraldine H., Susan D., and Lulu D. of the DES email discussion group. 'Her novels are all on similar themes - domestic stories about family & relationships with a lot of humour & always some gentle romance. ...Her books are comforting but not saccharine, always alive to the realities of life.'- Lyn B. author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog and member of the DoveGrey and DE Stevenson email discussion groups. 
Price: 22.50 USD

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Pink Sugar, DOUGLAS, O. [Anna Buchan]
210 7149 DOUGLAS, O. [Anna Buchan] Pink Sugar
Softcover; Trade PB Greyladies: Edinburgh; c1924, 2014; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 339 pages New 
Kirsty Gilmour, 'an unattached spinster' settles into a country cottage in Tweedside and along with three children who come to stay discover that summer and autumn are all too short.' Pink sugar' is all the little pleasures that add to their way of life alongside the River Tweed. This edition now out of print.; A lovely new book. This edition includes a Foreword by Lady Stewartby, the author's great-niece and Bad Bill's daughter, and an introduction to the Peeblesshire locations where Anna Buchan was so very much at home.; Kirsty Gilmour ("I'm 30 but you shouldn't make me say it out loud,") makes a home for herself in the Scottish Borders and takes under her wing a gentle old aunt and three motherless children; Barbara, Specky and Bad Bill. Originally written in the 1920s,'Pink Sugar' is full of perfectly drawn characters with old-fashioned values from a vanished world; a world of kindness and good manners, of generosity and self-restraint, and yet a world where poverty, illness and bereavement are just below the surface. In this society of women with peripheral men, social life centres round afternoon tea - we could be in Cranford-on-Tweed.

This title very nicely reviewed and recommended by Lyn B., author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog and member of the DE Stevenson email discussion group. 
Price: 22.50 USD

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The House that is Our Own, DOUGLAS, O. [Anna Buchan]
211 7357 DOUGLAS, O. [Anna Buchan] The House that is Our Own
Softcover Hodder & Stoughton: London; c1940, 1949; 256 pages Poor 
This reading copy of a somewhat scarce title is definitely in fragile condition. Book is soiled, covers creased and edgeworn, corner of back cover missing, covers repaired with tape by a previous owner and reglued to textblock, pages yellowed, edges soiled; interior pages clean, none loose.; Two women settle in nice houses, one in London and one in the Border country of Scotland. The woman in Scotland meets the former owner of her house...can we expect a happy ending? :o) Readers of "Penny Plain", "Pink Sugar" and "Priorsford" will be happy to return to the village of Priorsford and encounter some of their inhabitants again. ; "The House That is Our Own is one of my favorites."- Cathy W. of the DES email discussion group. This author recommended by Geraldine H., Susan D., and Lulu D. amongst others of the DES email discussion group. 'Her novels are all on similar themes - domestic stories about family & relationships with a lot of humour & always some gentle romance. ...Her books are comforting but not saccharine, always alive to the realities of life.'- Lyn B., author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog and member of the DES email discussion group. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 14.50 USD
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212 1114 Drabble, Margaret Ice Age
Hardcover Knopf: New York; 1977; Second Printing Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper  
8vo; 295 pages; Bottom corners bumped, one to boards; top edge sunned, binding good and tight. Dust wrapper, not price cut, browned at top edge, one closed tear at back. ; Second printing before publication, October 1977.  
Price: 14.00 USD
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Sea Lady, The, DRABBLE, Margaret
213 6424 DRABBLE, Margaret Sea Lady, The
Hardcover; Ex-Library Harcourt, Inc.: Orlando, FL; 2007; First US Edition 345 pages Very Good in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Ex-library book with usual stamps and markings, otherwise clean and bright. Spine ends lightly bumped. Unclipped dust wrapper has faint edgewear; no library markings. A very nice copy. ; 'This is the story of Humphrey Clark and Ailsa Kelman, who spent a summer together as children in Ornemouth, a town by the gray North Sea. As they journey back to Ornemouth to receive honorary degrees from a new university there, Humphrey on the train, Ailsa flying, they take stock of their lives over the past thirty years, their careers, and their shared personal entanglements. Humphrey is a successful marine biologist, happiest under water, but now retired; Ailsa, scholar and feminist, is celebrated for her pioneering studies of gender and for her gift for lucid and dramatic exposition. The memories of their lives unfold as Margaret Drabble exquisitely details the social life in England in the second half of the last century.' 
Price: 8.75 USD
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214 3302 DRUETT, Joan Hen Frigates : Wives of Merchant Captains Under Sail
Hardcover Simon & Schuster: NY; 1998; First US Edition Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper  
274 pages; Book looks unread; black remainder mark on bottom edge, spine tail very lightly bumped. Dust wrapper, not price clipped, is faintly edgeworn and rubbed. A very nice copy. ; 'The author has used journal entries and passages of letters penned by the intrepid 19th century women who ran households aboard the "hen frigates," (any ship with the captain's wife on board). Druett paints a vivid portrait of the unique challenges faced by seafaring females. Organizing the first-person material into individual chapters dealing with such diverse and intriguing topics as sex at sea, children at sea, ship kitchens, medical matters, and hazards of the sea, the author steps back and allows the women to eloquently and poignantly communicate how they managed to perform their daily tasks, raise their children, and provide their families with structure and a semblance of normalcy while coping with cramped quarters, lusty sailors, unpredictable weather conditions, and a variety of natural and man-made disasters.' An interesting read. ; Published @ $25.00.  
Price: 13.75 USD
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My Friend Rose, DUNCAN, Jane
215 7364 DUNCAN, Jane My Friend Rose
Hardcover; Ex-Library Macmillan: London; 1964; First British Edition 250 pages Good in Good+ dust wrapper 
Ex-library book with usual stamps and markings. Red boards have large skinned areas where library taped dust wrapper to book and then removed, tape residue from multiple attachements, spine ends and corners lightly bumped, bottom edge wearing revealing inner boards, front board beginning to flare (seen before in this edition). Front free endpaper removed, page edges lightly soiled; interior pages clean. Price clipped dust wrapper (design by Virginia Smith) edgeworn and chipped with a large skinned area on back panel. Library label on spine. A reading copy. ;

Janet is 25 when she first meets Rose. She is the stepmother of Dee, the young girl Janet cares for as governess for two years.; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 18.50 USD

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