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801 7026 TAYLOR, Patrick Irish Country Village, An
Hardcover Tom Doherty Assoc.: NY; 2008; First US Edition 431 pages Very Good- in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Spine ends bumped,short closed tear at spine head, board edges faintly soiled, page edges pale yellow; no binding problems, pages clean and bright. Unclipped dust wrapper slightly edgeworn.; The village is the tiny town of Ballybucklebo in rural Northern Ireland. This is the second novel in the series that has been described as in the tradition of James Herriot.; This author's books recommended by DES email discussion group members Judith L., Suzi S., Linda J., Anna B., and Sheila who says "They scratch the same itch for me as the James Herriot books, but I think they are better written. ...the eccentric characters and animals are all there as is the overall kindness and caring and the description of the countryside and rural life." Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 14.75 USD
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802 6960 TAYLOR] BEAUMAN, Nicola Other Elizabeth Taylor, The
Softcover; Trade PB Persephone Books: London; 2009; 444 pages Very Good+ 
' Betty Coles became Elizabeth Taylor upon her marriage in 1936. Her first novel "At Mrs. Lippincote's" appeared in the same year (1945) as the actress Elizabeth Taylor was appearing in "National Velvet." Over the next thirty years, "the other Elizabeth Taylor" lived and worked in Buckinghamshire and published eleven more novels and four volumes of short stories.'; Spine lightly curved and creased, covers faintly edgeworn, title page creased. A very nice copy. ; Nicola Beauman's biography 'tries to give this marvellous novelist her due while describing her life as truthfully as possible'. The author founded Persephone Books in 1999. 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 offered. 
Price: 16.50 USD
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803 913 TENNYSON, Alfred Lord (illustrated By A. & M. Provensen) Charge of the Light Brigade
Hardcover Golden Press: New York; 1964; 12mo Color Illustrations: Very Good in Very Good- dust wrapper 
Ink gift inscription on front free endpaper, spine ends lightly rubbed and worn. Dust wrapper, price clipped,is edgeworn with several small chips and tears. One long tear, along half the length of the spine, repaired with archival tape on the back side. This is NOT an ex-library book.; The classic poem by Queen Victoria's poet laureate of the most useless battle of the Crimean War (1854-56) dramatically illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen.  
Price: 19.75 USD
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804 7019 TEY, Josephine [Elizabeth MacKintosh] Singing Sands, The
Softcover; Mass Market PB Collier Books: NY; c1953, 1988; Reprint 222 pages Very Good+ 
A lovely copy with faint edgewear. No spine or cover creases, page edges palest yellow.; Inspector Alan Grant investigates a murder on the night train to Scotland. Basis for an episode of the BBC television series 'Detective'.; "On sick leave from Scotland Yard, Inspector Alan Grant finds a dead man aboard the night train to Scotland and is drawn into the mystery of the man's death by the lines -- 'the singing sands, that guard the way to paradise' -- that are written on the dead man's newspaper."

'I love the Alan Grant mysteries'. -Karen K. "I enjoyed it." - Jerri C. This author's books recommended by *many* other members of the DE Stevenson email discussion group including Elizabeth B., Jane S., Sheila, Susan D, Beatrice H., Julie B., Kristi J. and Lyn B., author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 8.95 USD

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805 7017 TEY, Josephine [Elizabeth MacKintosh] Shilling for Candles, A
Softcover; Mass Market PB Collier Books: NY; c1936, 1988; Reprint 226 pages Very Good+ 
A lovely copy with faint edgewear and very light cover creases. No spine creases, page edges palest yellow.; Inspector Alan Grant investigates this nightmarish case (too many clues, too many motives) of a young woman found dead on a southern coast of England beach. This first novel published under the Tey pseudonym was the basis for 'Young and Innocent' (aka 'The Girl was Young') featuring Nova Pilbeam and Derrick De Marney. It was Alfred Hitchcock's favourite amongst his British films.; "Beneath the sea cliffs of the south coast, suicides are a sad but common fact. Yet even the hardened coastguard knows something is wrong when a beautiful young film actress is found lying dead on the beach one morning. Inspector Grant has to take a more professional attitude: death by suicide, however common, has to have a motive -- just like murder..."

'I love the Alan Grant mysteries'. -Karen K., 'enjoyed it tremendously.'-Sheila This author's books recommended by *many* other members of the DE Stevenson email discussion group including Elizabeth B., Jane S., Susan D, Beatrice H., Julie B. and Kristi J. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 8.00 USD

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806 7015 TEY, Josephine [Elizabeth MacKintosh] Franchise Affair, The
Softcover; Mass Market PB Collier Books: NY; c1948, 1988; Reprint 289 pages Very Good+ 
A lovely copy with faint edgewear. No spine or cover creases, page edges palest yellow.; Inspector Alan Grant investigates a mother and daughter accused of kidnapping a local young woman. Basis for 1951 movie of the same name starring John Bailey and Michael Denison (and including Patrick Troughton of Dr. Who fame.); "Marion Sharpe and her mother seem an unlikely duo to be found on the wrong side of the law. Quiet and ordinary, they have led a peaceful and unremarkable life at their country home, The Franchise. Unremarkable that is, until the police turn up with a demure young woman on their doorstep. Not only does Betty Kane accuse them of kidnap and abuse, she can back up her claim with a detailed description of the attic room in which she was kept, right down to the crack in its round window."

'I love Josephine Tey as well. My favourites are 'Brat Farrar' and 'The Franchise Affair'. -Tricia K. 'I love the Alan Grant mysteries'. -Karen K. 'I do have them all but think The Franchise Affair is my favorite.'-Louise D. 'Brat Farrar, Miss Pym, The Franchise Affair, and the Daughter of Time at the very top of my favorites list.' Sulie P. This author's books recommended by *many* other members of the DE Stevenson email discussion group including Elizabeth B., Jane S., Sheila, Susan D, Beatrice H., Julie B., Kristi J. and Lyn B., author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 8.50 USD

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807 7042 TEY, Josephine [Elizabeth MacKintosh] Three by Tey: Miss Pym Disposes, The Franchise Affair, Brat Farrar
Hardcover; Book Club Edition Macmillan: NY; c1946,48,49; 590 pages Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper 
This omnibus edition has an introduction by James Sandoe.Spine ends bumped and a bit worn, pastedowns creased (publishing flaw), page edges pale yellow with a few tiny smudges on top edge; interior pages clean and bright, no binding problems. Lightly rubbed dust wrapper sunned and edgeworn with a few short closed tears. ; Three complete and unabridged mysteries, the first by this author to be published in the US. Miss Pym is a guest lecturer on pychology at a peaceful campus in June. After an 'accidental' death she puts all her psychological theories into practice to prove that it was murder in 'Miss Pym Disposes'. In 'The Franchise Affair' a mother and daughter are accused of kidnapping a local young woman. Basis for 1951 movie of the same name starring John Bailey and Michael Denison (and including Patrick Troughton of Dr. Who fame.)

"Brat Farrar' is the basis for multiple television movies. Simon Ashby is to inherit his family's small country estate, Latchetts near the south coast of England and a large trust fund left by his mother when he turns 21. Enter Brat Farrar a young man skilled with horses that looks very like Simon's twin brother Patrick assumed to have drowned many years previously. Brat knows details of Patrick's early life and has his mannerisms. Is Brat the long lost Ashby heir?; 'I love Josephine Tey as well. My favourites are 'Brat Farrar' and 'The Franchise Affair'. -Tricia K. , 'I do have them all but think The Franchise Affair is my favorite.'-Louise D. 'Brat Farrar, Miss Pym, The Franchise Affair, and the Daughter of Time at the very top of my favorites list.' Sulie P. This author's books recommended by *many* other members of the DE Stevenson email discussion group including Elizabeth B., Jane S., Sheila, Susan D, Beatrice H., Julie B., Kristi J. and Lyn B., author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog. Image is actual copy on offer; in our attempt to show the spine this image appears curved, the book is not curved or warped. 
Price: 12.50 USD

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808 7094 The Author of Elizabeth and her German Garden [Elizabeth Von Arnim] Benefactress, The
Hardcover Macmillan: London; c1898, 1929; 418 pages Very Good- 
Part of the lovely Macmillan pocket edition with royal blue cloth bindings, gilt top edges, and gilt on spine. Spine ends, corners and bottom edges, bumped and lightly worn (seen often in this edition). Pastedowns and endpapers faintly yellowed, page edges yellowed and lightly soiled; interior pages clean, none loose. No dust wrapper, as issued.; 'When Anna Estcourt was twenty-five, and had begun to wonder whether the pleasure extractable from life at all counterbalanced the bother of it, a wonderful thing happened.' So begins another of Elizabeth's fairy tale type stories. Unmarried Anna moves from London to rural Germany when she inherits a relative's Pomeranian estate.; This title reviewed and recommended by Lyn B., author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog and member of the DES email discussion group. Also reviewed and recommended by Claire author of 'The Captive Reader' blog. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 25.50 USD
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809 7308 The Author of Elizabeth and her German Garden [Elizabeth Von Arnim] Love
Hardcover Macmillan: London; c1925,1929; Reprint 408 pages Very Good 
Part of the lovely Macmillan pocket edition with navy blue leather binding, gilt top edge, and gilt on spine. Spine ends and corners bumped and very lightly worn. Ribbon bookmark end beginning to fray, pastedowns and endpapers slightly foxed(seen often in this edition); interior pages clean and bright. A nice copy.; "When Catherine sees Christopher at the play she notices he is a glorious young man. He thinks she is the sweetest little thing in an adorable hat. They are both so enthusiastic --about the play. It is her ninth time at the performance and his thirty-sixth. Obviously they are perfect partners for a romance. . Except for the small matter of age."; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 29.50 USD
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810 452 Theroux, Paul Kingdom By The Sea : A Journey Around Great Britain
Hardcover Houghton Mifflin: NY; 1983; First US Edition Very Good+ in Very Good dust wrapper  
353 pages; Light yellow-green boards, navy blue ¼ cloth binding with bright gilt lettering, map end-papers; dw rubbed and edgeworn. ; Theroux travelled the entire perimeter of Great Britain, including Northern Ireland.  
Price: 18.00 USD
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811 7340 THIRKELL, Angela What Did It Mean?
Hardcover Knopf: NY; 1954; First US Edition 346 pages Very Good in Fair dust wrapper 
Red cloth covers clean but faintly sunned at bumped spine ends, one bottom corner bumped; no binding problems. Pages age browned but not brittle (seen before in this edition), top painted edge faded and dusty, decorated endpapers lightly soiled; interior pages clean. Price clipped dust wrapper with wonderful Cosgrave II illustration and flap photograph of author in her black lace mantilla in rather fragile condition. Sunned spine, edgewear, chips and closed tears, white rear panel age browned and lightly soiled. Now in protective sleeve as are all our dust wrappers. ; Life in Barsetshire during the Coronation Year includes Pageants, Entertainments, and a bit of romance.; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 23.75 USD
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812 7300 THIRKELL, Angela High Rising
Softcover; Trade PB Carroll & Graf: New York; c1933,1997; Reprint 282 pages Good 
Print is slightly larger than the hardback or mass market paperback editions. Our introduction to Laura Morland, the writer of "rather good bad novels", her son Tony, and many other beloved Barsetshire characters.; Spine and cover creases, two corners split, edgewear and rubbing, especially on spine (seen before in this edition). Page edges have a some soil spots; interior pages clean, none loose. ; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 11.00 USD
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813 7095 THIRKELL, Angela Enter Sir Robert
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: NY; c1955; 265 pages As New 
An unread copy with faintest edgewear. No date on this edition, issued after publisher became an imprint of Beaufort Books. ; In this Barsetshire chronicle of village society (Hatch End and Little Misfit) and family life (The Hallidays and the Grahams) the elusive Sir Robert Graham finally makes an appearance.; This edition now out of print. Image is one of actual copies available. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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814 5334 THIRKELL, Angela Ankle Deep
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI; c1933, 1996; 212 pages Very Good+ 
No spine creases, back cover corner and several page corners creased, faint edgewear. A nice copy.; First time this early AT title has been published in the US. This novel was written before the author had the inspiration to write her Barsetshire series and is rather autobiographical.; Perhaps not the novel to choose to introduce others to AT but as AT admirers we found it very interesting. Now out of print. 
Price: 12.95 USD
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815 7009 THIRKELL, Angela Summer Half
Hardcover; Ex-Library Hamish Hamilton: London; c1937,1949; Reprint 183 pages Fair 
Ex-library copy with marking on spine the only indication. Soiled tan cloth boards have sunned and torn spine (repaired with glue by previous owner). Spine ends and corners bumped, front free endpaper missing, front and rear pastedowns and endpapers torn and split at hinges, no text pages loose or missing. Endpapers and first few pages very foxed (seen often in this edition) previous owner name and date on half title page; interior pages clean. No dust wrapper. A reading copy only.; Colin Keith teaches at Southbridge during a break from his law studies; another delightful early Barsetshire novel. Recommended. ; Image is actual reading copy on offer. 
Price: 11.95 USD
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816 7255 THIRKELL, Angela Coronation Summer
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI; c1937, 1998; 175 pages B&W Illustrations: Very Good+ 
A young woman's impressions of Queen Victoria's coronation and the festivities accompanying it. The book is illustrated with contemporary pictures. Obviously not a Barsetshire novel but very enjoyable.; Light spine creases, faint edgewear, a few smudges on top textblock edge; a nice copy.; This edition now out of print. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 14.25 USD
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817 7230 THIRKELL, Angela High Rising
Softcover; Mass Market PB Carroll & Graf: New York; c1933,1992; Reprint 282 pages Very Good 
Our introduction to Laura Morland, the writer of 'rather good bad novels', her son Tony, and many other beloved Barsetshire characters. Recommended.; Spine creased, covers lightly edgeworn, page edges yellowed (see often in this edition); interior pages clean, none loose.; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 8.95 USD
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818 7129 THIRKELL, Angela Old Bank House, The
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI; (1949) 1997; 393 pages Very Good 
The Old Bank House is situated on the High Street in the market town of Edgewood. Miss Sowerby, unable to continue in her large and beautiful home, agrees to sell it to Mr. Sam Adams, the wealthy ironmaster from Hogglestock who is now the local Labour MP. Miss Sowerby warns him that the house likes a mistress. During this visit to Barsetshire we learn how the Old Bank House gains its new mistress.; No spine creases, covers have light edgewear and a few faint creases, some smudges to page edges, a few lower page corners creased; interior pages clean, no binding problems. A nice copy.; This edition now out of print. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 21.95 USD
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819 6847 THIRKELL, Angela County Chronicle
Hardcover Hamish Hamilton: London; 1950; First British Edition 348 pages Very Good- in Very Good- dust wrapper 
Red cloth boards, top half inch faded, book edge wet at one time resulting in loss of top colour on boards and page edges, stain running down foredge, no damage to text. Cloth raised in a few spots on front and rear boards (publishing flaw?), spine ends and corners lightly bumped. Page edges pale yellow, decorated (map of Barsetshire) endpapers foxed (seen before in this edition), soil to page edges; interior pages clean, no binding problems. Clipped dust wrapper edgeworn with several closed tears and small chips. Spine and white portions of dw sunned (seen often in this edition). ; Another delightful visit to the county of Barsetshire.; Dust wrapper matches sample image. 
Price: 24.75 USD
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820 6824 THIRKELL, Angela Duke's Daughter, The
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI; c1951, 1998; 357 pages Very Good 
No spine creases, a few light cover creases, light edgewear, a bit of soil to page edges; interior pages clean, no binding problems.; Another enjoyable novel set in post-war Barsetshire. The title refers to Lady Cora Palliser, the lovely daughter of the Duke of Omnium.; "...ordinary country pleasures provide the happenstance for the hopes and hesitations of young love. Family names familiar from earlier installments of the Barsetshire series- Marling and Adams, Winter and Waring, Belton and Dale- populate the pages of this engaging novel, as enamored men and women find their way into each other's hearts... To the traditional concerns of the gentry is added a fierce displeasure with intrusions of the post-war government (the office of "Red Tape and Sealing Wax"), yet this new-found preoccupation does nothing to deter the onset of a happy ending for all concerned." Cover matches sample image. 
Price: 11.00 USD
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821 7248 THIRKELL, Angela Northbridge Rectory
Softcover; Mass Market PB Carroll & Graf: New York; c1941, 1991; Reprint 318 pages Very Good 
The inhabitants of Barsetshire come to terms with the privations, dangers, and annoyances of World War II, with humour and courage.; Spine creases, light edgewear. Page edges and inside covers pale brown (seen before in this edition); interior pages clean, none loose. A nice copy.; "My favourite Thirkell novel."- Recommended by Tom J. member of the ATS and AT and DES email discussion groups. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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822 7130 THIRKELL, Angela Love At All Ages
Hardcover Knopf: New York; 1959; First US Edition 310 pages Very Good in Good+ dust wrapper 
Brown cloth binding faded especially at spine and edges (seen before in this edition). Corners and spine ends bumped, cloth on top edge just beginning to wear (not to boards). Previous bookseller label on decorated front free endpaper, bottom page edges lightly soiled; interior pages clean, no binding problems. Unclipped age-browned dust wrapper edgeworn with several chips and tears, white rear panel soiled. Now in protective sleeve as are all our books with dust wrappers. Delightful dust wrapper painting done by John O'Hara Cosgrave II. ; The last Barsetshire novel written completely by Angela Thirkell.; AT's books recommended by Claire author of 'The Captive Reader' blog, the "Desperate Reader" blogger, Jodie R. the author of the 'Geranium Cat's Bookshelf' and obviously by members of the ATS and AT email discussion groups. :o) Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 26.95 USD
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823 6318 THIRKELL, Angela Wild Strawberries and High Rising (Slipcased Set)
Hardcover Knopf: NY; 1951; First Edition Thus 265+282 pages Very Good in Good dust wrapper 
Covers, pastedowns, endpapers, page edges, and brown kraft paper dust wrappers very foxed. Spine ends and corners of High Rising bumped and lightly worn (not to boards). Dust wrappers a bit edgeworn, dw on HR once in pieces, now repaired with archival tape but 3" portion at top of spine missing. Dust wrappers have not been put in mylar covers as the protective covers put too much strain on the slipcase. The illustrated slipcase has some repaired seams at top and bottom, is slightly sunned and soiled, and has some skinned areas on spine. ; The slip case is wonderfully decorated by Cosgrave II who did several of the beautiful US edition dust wrappers for AT titles. In WS we are introduced to the endearing and maddening Lady Emily Leslie of Rushwater House and the rest of her charming family. Rushwater is believed to be based on Stanway House in Gloucestershire. HR is our introdution to Laura Morland, the writer of 'rather good bad novels', her son Tony, and many other beloved Barsetshire characters. 
Price: 74.50 USD
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824 6925 THIRKELL, Angela Pomfret Towers
Softcover; Mass Market PB Carroll & Graf: NY; c1938,1989; 254 pages Good+ 
Strong spine and cover creases, edgewear, previous owner ink initials on front free endpaper. Pages age browned, page edges show light dampstain (does not extend into book), tan rear cover faintly soiled; interior pages clean. ; One of the more scarce Barsetshire series titles, this enjoyable novel features the Bartons, Pomfrets, and Rivers families. Shy Alice Barton must attend her first country house party. Highly recommended.; Image is actual copy offered. 
Price: 21.00 USD
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825 7108 THIRKELL, Angela Private Enterprise
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI; c1947, 2003; 463 pages Near Fine 
A lovely unread copy with faint edgewear.; There is a new Vicar at Southbridge and Mr. Birkett retires as Headmaster of Southbridge School somewhat reluctantly. The residents of Barsetshire, having dealt with the horrors of war, now must deal with the horrors of peace. "All the talk in 1947 is of rations and privation —until the pretty war widow Peggy Arbuthnot and her sister-in-law arrive, creating quite a stir among the bachelors and matchmakers of Barsetshire society. Hopes will be nursed, hearts will be broken, and silly behavior will be pointed out for being exactly what it is in this delightful comedy of manners."; Cover art on this edition is from "Apple Blossoms" by John Everett Millais. Original painting is located at the Lady Lever Art Gallery in the UK. This edition now out of print. Reviewed by Claire author of 'The Captive Reader' blog. Image is one of actual copies available. 
Price: 12.75 USD
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826 6733 THIRKELL, Angela Marling Hall
Softcover; Mass Market PB Carroll & Graf Publishers: New York; c1942,1990; 16mo; 320 pages Very Good- 
Spine creases, light edgewear, page edges yellowed (seen before in this edition); interior pages clean, none loose.; One of the World War II Barsetshire novels.; Cover matches sample image. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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827 6468 THIRKELL, Angela Enter Sir Robert
Hardcover Hamish Hamilton: London; 1955; First British Edition 271 pages Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper 
Blue cloth binding lightly soiled at bottom edge, spine ends and corners bumped and lightly worn (not to boards). Soil mark on front free endpaper, page edges pale brown, top edge soiled; interior pages clean, no binding problems. Unclipped dust wrapper, sunned spine, lightly edgeworn, white rear panel soiled. ; The elusive Sir Robert Graham finally makes an appearance. 
Price: 21.50 USD
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828 7307 THIRKELL, Angela Before Lunch
Hardcover Hamish Hamilton: London; c1939, 1949; 335 pages Very Good in Fair dust wrapper 
Part of the Collected Edition. Beige cloth binding with faintly sunned spine, corners and spine ends lightly bumped (often found in this edition). Endpapers and pastedowns very foxed and age browned, page edges light brown (seen frequently in this edition); interior pages clean, no binding problems. Fragile unclipped dust wrapper edgeworn and age-browned; heavily sunned and stained spine and front flap detached, reattached with archival tape. In protective sleeve as are all our hardback dust wrappers.; Recommended by Holly H. of the ATS and AT email discussion group. "In this quintessential Angela Thirkell novel, the interplay of three households is delightful. The book is full of comic speeches, some wonderful words about friendship, and is one of the most 'Barchester' of Barchester novels." Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 21.50 USD
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829 6790 THIRKELL, Angela Before Lunch
Softcover; Mass Market PB Carroll & Graf: New York; c1940,1992; 322 pages Very Good 
Spine creased, covers lightly edgeworn, inside covers and page edges pale brown (seen before in this edition); interior pages clean, none loose. ; Recommended by Holly H. of the ATS and AT email discussion group. "In this quintessential Angela Thirkell novel, the interplay of three households is delightful. The book is full of comic speeches, some wonderful words about friendship, and is one of the most 'Barchester' of Barchester novels." Cover matches sample image. 
Price: 10.50 USD
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830 7320 THIRKELL, Angela Never Too Late
Hardcover Knopf: NY; 1956; First US Edition 313 pages Good 
Blue cloth covers have faded edges and spine (a common flaw with this edition), lightly soiled. Spine ends bumped, spine tail fraying. Corners bumped revealing boards on bottom corners. Page edges yellowed and lightly soiled; interior pages clean, no binding problems. Decorative map of Barsetshire endpapers has a small bookstore label, a very old price, and small ink number on rear pastedown. No dust wrapper. A reading copy. ; England's new Queen is settling in, the war is over, and life's important events again center around the county of Barsetshire.; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 18.50 USD
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831 6642 THIRKELL, Angela Wild Strawberries
Softcover; Mass Market PB Carroll & Graf: New York; c1934,1989; Reprint 265 pages Very Good 
Spine creased, covers lightly edgeworn, pages pale yellow, edges a bit darker with a smudge mark; interior pages clean, none loose. ; In this chronicle of Barsetshire we are introduced to the endearing and maddening Lady Emily Leslie of Rushwater House and the rest of her charming family. Rushwater is believed to be based on Stanway House in Gloucestershire.; Front cover matches this sample image. 
Price: 8.75 USD
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832 6660 THIRKELL, Angela Close Quarters
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Wickford, RI; c1958, 2001; 277 pages Very Good+ 
Faint cover creases, no spine creases, very light edgewear. A very nice copy.; Canon ("Tubby") Fewling loved the Admiral's daughter, Margot Phelps, but never told her of his love, and she married the wealthy market gardener, Mr. Macfadyen. Will he get a second chance now that she is a widow and visiting some of her county friends?; Cover matches sample image. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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833 6748 THIRKELL, Angela Miss Bunting
Hardcover Hamish Hamilton: London; 1945; First British Edition 272 pages Very Good in Very Good- dust wrapper 
Spine tail and bottom corners bumped and lightly worn (not to boards), pages pale yellow, edges a bit darker (seen before in this edition) and lightly soiled; interior pages clean, no binding problems. Unclipped dust wrapper, sunned and dampstained spine, edges sunned and worn, white portions age browned. Previous owner used paper tape on inside of dw to reinforce / repair edges and trimmed top edges of flaps. ; One of the World War II Barsetshire novels.; Dust wrapper matches sample image. 
Price: 19.75 USD
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834 7333 THIRKELL, Angela Jutland Cottage
Hardcover Knopf: NY; 1953; First US Edition 312 pages Fair 
Spine ends and corners bumped and fraying, cloth worn to boards on all corners, spine sunned (seen frequently in this edition), orange cloth boards have a few soil marks. Pages age yellowed with a few soil spots in margins and edges; endpapers decorated with map of Barsetshire. A reading copy with no loose pages. ; 'Helping the county's denizens move past their grieving for the death of King George VI, the whispered inklings of a romance between a new rector and "the incredibly beautiful and even more incredibly silly" Rose Fairweather lighten the mood in this 22nd Barsetshire novel, originally published in 1953. But at the center of this tale is Admiral Phelps's daughter Margot, a 40-ish ugly duckling who is taken in hand by the ladies of Barsetshire and transformed into a swan.'; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 13.50 USD
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835 6758 THIRKELL, Angela Demon in the House, The
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI; c1934,1996; Reprint 176 pages Very Good+ 
No spine or cover creases, faint edgewear. A very nice copy.; The "demon" is Laura Morland's young son Tony, an irresistibly maddening 12 year old. 'I know...'; This edition now out of print. Book matches sample image. 
Price: 26.75 USD
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836 6763 THIRKELL, Angela O, These Men, These Men
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI; c1935, 1996; 210 pages Very Good+ 
Faint edgewear, spine ends lightly bumped, a few smudges on page edges. A nice copy.; A non-Barsetshire novel, this semi-autobiographical book is one of AT's earliest efforts.; This edition now out of print. Book matches sample image. 
Price: 18.50 USD
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837 7084 THIRKELL, Angela Happy Returns [Happy Return]
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI; c1952, 1998; 323 pages As New 
A lovely unread copy.; Earlier US editions of this book were published as 'Happy Return'.; This Barsetshire novel 'welcomes us back to a county still shadowed by the war and its aftermath. Old friends and new faces join the community conversation, as Sir Cecil Waring has plans for a home for boys of naval men killed in the war, while the Priory Preparatory School prepares for its move to Harefield.' In between a hesitant courtship and a headlong marriage, 'we find much discussion of gardens, dogs, and other country matters'. This edition now out of print. Image is one of actual copies on offer. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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838 7326 THIRKELL, Angela Peace Breaks Out
Hardcover Hamish Hamilton: London; 1946; First British Edition 280 pages Fair in Fair dust wrapper 
Red cloth boards soiled and edgeworn, bumped spine and corners fraying revealing boards. Pages pale tan, edges a bit darker, several pages lightly foxed and soiled, many rippled. Price clipped and soiled dust wrapper heavily chipped and has several closed tears. Previous owner reinforced and repaired dw on the reverse side with paper tape. A reading copy. ; The war has ended but the denizens of Barsetshire soon find that peace brings problems of its own.; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 18.50 USD
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839 7085 THIRKELL, Angela Miss Bunting
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI; c1945, 2001; Reprint; Second Printing 322 pages As New 
A lovely unread copy.; One of the World War II Barsetshire novels.; 'While "the war had mingled all races and creeds, it had not as yet mingled Old Town and New," winks the author in this Barsetshire chronicle from 1945. Under the tutelage of Miss Bunting—the governess who has molded most of the country's upper class—Anne, daughter of Sir Robert Fielding, renews an old school acquaintance with the daughter of Hogglestock's successful, albeit not genteel, iron master. "We must move with the times," says the unflappable governess when Lady Fielding questions the suitability of this association.' This edition now out of print. Image is one of actual copies on offer. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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840 7182 THIRKELL, Angela Happy Return [Happy Returns]
Hardcover Knopf: New York; 1952; First US Edition 307 pages Very Good in Good dust wrapper 
Green cloth binding, faintly sunned spine, corners and spine ends lightly bumped. Page edges yellowed and lightly foxed as are decorated endpapers (seen often in this edition); interior pages clean, no binding problems. Fragile, edgeworn and chipped, unclipped dust wrapper, split at both flaps, sunned spine (seen frequently in this edition).; Published in the UK and in more recent US editions as "Happy Returns". The dust wrapper is another lovely Cosgrave II wraparound painting. This Barsetshire novel 'welcomes us back to a county still shadowed by the war and its aftermath. Old friends and new faces join the community conversation, as Sir Cecil Waring has plans for a home for boys of naval men killed in the war, while the Priory Preparatory School prepares for its move to Harefield.' In between a hesitant courtship and a headlong marriage, 'we find much discussion of gardens, dogs, and other country matters'.; AT's books recommended by Claire author of 'The Captive Reader' blog, the "Desperate Reader" blogger, Jodie R. the author of the 'Geranium Cat's Bookshelf' and obviously by members of the ATS and AT email discussion groups. :o) Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 23.50 USD
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841 7355 THIRKELL, Angela Summer Half
Softcover; Trade PB Hogarth Press: London; c1937, 1988; Reprint 252 pages Very Good 
Covers lightly creased, light edgewear, small skinned area on front cover (from old price sticker?) Pages yellowed (seen frequently in this edition), red remainder mark bottom edge; pages clean, none loose. A nice copy.; Colin Keith teaches at Southbridge during a break from his law studies; another delightful early Barsetshire novel. Great cover illustration by Clair Minter-Kemp. Recommended.; Image is actual book on offer. 
Price: 12.75 USD
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842 7218 THIRKELL, Angela Double Affair, A
Hardcover Knopf: NY; 1957; First US Edition 8vo; 312 pages Good+ in Good dust wrapper 
'Older and wiser than the usual betrothed, Herbert Choyce and Miss Merriman are in no hurry to get married. But, in the 27th of Thirkell's Barsetshire novels, the enthusiasm of friends and neighbors sweeps them up in a rush to the altar, with unexpected results.'; Orange cloth binding extremely mottled and faded, page edges yellowed ( both seen before in this edition), spine ends and corners bumped, a touch of soil and a bookseller label on decorated front free endpaper. Page edges and a few page margins soiled (not into text); no loose pages. Previous owner pencil xs and a note on list of author's books. Unclipped dust wrapper missing bottom 3" of spine, edgeworn with several tears and chips, age browned, white rear panel a bit soiled. Front illustration is another delightful Cosgrave II painting.; AT's books recommended by Claire author of 'The Captive Reader' blog, the "Desperate Reader" blogger, Jodie R. the author of the 'Geranium Cat's Bookshelf' and obviously by members of the ATS and AT email discussion groups. :o) Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 19.75 USD
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843 7241 THIRKELL, Angela Brandons, The
Hardcover Knopf: New York; 1939; Book Club Edition 358 pages Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper 
The Brandons is considered by many Angela Thirkell fans to be among her finest. It is a book often recommended to those we wish to initiate into the joys of our beloved novelist. It is captivating. Where would we be without Mrs. Brandon and Noel Merton? They generate heated discussions.There is the camp that finds both dripping with charm and the camp that finds Mrs. Brandon a useless creature and Mr. Merton a cad. Readers usually are, though, unanimous in praise of Mrs. Thirkell's skill in capturing these leading characters. "Breakfast at Stories" is one of the best openings to any Angela Thirkell novel and "Bad News at Stories" is possibly the best chapter Angela Thirkell ever wrote, with every word and each step of story development perfectly right. Meticulous details add immensely to the charm of this novel. Highly recommended.; Nice tan cloth binding, browned areas on spine gutters, page edges age browned, as are pastedowns and endpapers (seen frequently in this edition), a spot on painted top edge, ink previous owner name and July 1939 on front free endpaper; interior pages clean, no binding problems. A nice copy. Lightly age browned dust wrapper, with sunned spine and edges (seen frequently with this edition) has faint soil and a bit of edgewear. ; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 16.50 USD
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844 7347 THIRKELL, Angela Double Affair, A
Hardcover Knopf: NY; 1957; First US Edition 312 pages Good+ in Very Good dust wrapper 
Original orange cloth faded, especially at spine, edges slightly soiled. Top corners bumped and bottom corners worn to boards. 'Books by AT' listing has blue ink checkmarks next to most of the titles. Pages pale yellow, edges faintly soiled, a few creased top corners; interior pages clean, no binding problems. An old newspaper (now removed) once left in the front of book leaving a mark on the front flap and the decorated endpaper. Unclipped, lighlty edgeworn dust wrapper has a slightly soiled and yellowed white rear panel, a few tiny closed tears, and bottom front flap corner torn away as well as the aforementioned mark on the flap. Front illustration is another delightful Cosgrave II painting.; 'Older and wiser than the usual betrothed, Herbert Choyce and Miss Merriman are in no hurry to get married. But, in the 27th of Thirkell's Barsetshire novels, the enthusiasm of friends and neighbors sweeps them up in a rush to the altar, with unexpected results.'; AT's books recommended by Claire author of 'The Captive Reader' blog, the "Desperate Reader" blogger, Jodie R. the author of the 'Geranium Cat's Bookshelf' and obviously by members of the ATS and AT email discussion groups. :o) Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 26.50 USD
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845 7349 THIRKELL, Angela Old Bank House, The
Hardcover Knopf: NY; 1949; First US Edition 345 pages Good+ 
Blue cloth binding heavily sunned and a bit soiled, spine ends and corners bumped. Pages pale yellow, edges darker and a bit soiled, a few spots on front Barsetshire map endpaper. Interior pages clean; no binding problems. A reading copy. No dust wrapper.; The Old Bank House is situated on the High Street in the market town of Edgewood. Miss Sowerby, unable to continue in her large and beautiful home, agrees to sell it to Mr. Sam Adams, the wealthy ironmaster from Hogglestock who is now the local Labour MP. Miss Sowerby warns him that the house likes a mistress. During this visit to Barsetshire we learn how the Old Bank House gains its new mistress.; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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846 7352 THIRKELL, Angela Trooper to the Southern Cross
Softcover; Trade PB Virago: London; c1934, 1985; 177 pages Very Good 
Light spine and cover creases, edgewear, clean pages pale brown, edges a bit darker as is common with these Virago editions. Virago price sticker on back cover; no loose pages.; Introduction by Tony Gould. Originally published in London in 1934 under the male pseudonym Leslie Parker. It is the lively, and humorous account of a doctor and his family returning to Australia on a troopship after World War I. It is based on Thirkell's own experiences on her voyage to Australia with Lance Thirkell and her two small sons.; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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847 7083 THIRKELL, Angela and C. A. Lejeune Three Score And Ten
Softcover; Trade PB Moyer Bell: Boston; c1961, 2005; 318 pages As New 
A lovely unread copy. ; The final Barsetshire Chronicle. Left unfinished upon Mrs. Thirkell's death, it was completed by Lejeune. All of Barchester gathers together to celebrate Laura Morland's 70th birthday.The cover illustration is from a painting by Burne-Jones, AT's grandfather. This edition now out of print.; Image is one of actual copies on offer. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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848 7252 THIRKELL, Angela and C. A. Lejeune [Caroline Alice] Three Score and Ten
Hardcover Hamish Hamilton: London; 1961; First British Edition 332 pages Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper Signed by Author
Signed by Author; The final Barsetshire Chronicle. Left unfinished upon Mrs. Thirkell's death, it was completed by Lejeune. All of Barchester gathers together to celebrate Laura Morland's 70th birthday.; Spine ends very lightly bumped, bottom corners bumped. Pages yellowed, edges, endpapers and pastedowns lightly foxed (all seen frequently in this edition); interior pages clean and bright, no binding problems. Unclipped dust wrapper, has light edgewear and a sunned spine. Flaps and soiled white rear panel have yellowed (seen frequently in this edition). Signed and inscribed on front free endpaper "To Dudley D-, With best wishes, with some humility, from C.A. Lejeune."; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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849 6055 THIRKELL, Lance Garden Full of Weeds, A
Hardcover Hamish Hamilton: London; 1962; First British Edition 261 pages Very Good- in Very Good dust wrapper 
A novel written by Angela Thirkell's youngest son, described by the publisher as comedy of manners. It is very scarce indeed. ; Spine ends and corners bumped, vertical spine crease doesn't damage binding but book is slightly cocked (flaw found in both copies of this book we've seen). Pastedowns, endpapers and page edges foxed. Unclipped dust wrapper has sunned spine, lightly edgeworn, white rear panel soiled.Jacket design by Quentin Blake, the noted illustrator and children's book author. He was appointed the first British Children's Laureate in 1999. 
Price: 99.75 USD
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850 6581 THIRKELL] BURRELL, Barbara Angela Thirkell's World : A Complete Guide to the People and Places of Barsetshire
Hardcover Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI; 2001; First Edition 449 pages Near Fine in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Spine ends very lightly bumped, unclipped dustwrapper has light edgewear. A lovely copy, looks unread.; 'Created by an avid Thirkell fan, this reference was designed to help fellow readers keep straight the hundreds of characters that populate the novels of Mrs. Thirkell's Barsetshire series. Organized alphabetically, the book includes the name of every character, a chronological list of the books in which he or she appears, and a summary of what readers learn about the character in each book. The author has retained Mrs. Thirkell's humour and turn of phrase in the entries.' 
Price: 24.25 USD
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851 6988 Thirkell] STRICKLAND, Margot Angela Thirkell Portrait Of A Lady Novelist
Softcover; Trade PB Duckworth Press: c1977,1996; Second Printing 182 pages Very Good Signed by Author
Signed by Author; Light edgewear and rubbing, closed horizontal tear at spine does not damage binding; no spine or cover creases; a nice copy. ; This reprint was published by the Angela Thirkell Society, North American Branch. It does not have the photographic illustrations found in the hardback. This copy is inscribed by the author "E--- Chicago 1996" on the title page. An interesting, and at times controversial, telling of this British author's life. She wrote many wonderful novels mainly set in Anthony Trollope's Barsetshire and was related to Edward Burne-Jones, Rudyard Kipling, and Stanley Baldwin.; Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 28.75 USD
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852 6989 Thirkell] STRICKLAND, Margot Angela Thirkell Portrait Of A Lady Novelist
Softcover; Trade PB Duckworth Press: c1977,1998; Third Printing 182 pages Very Good 
Light edgewear and rubbing, a few spine and cover creases; pages clean and bright. ; This reprint was published by the Angela Thirkell Society, North American Branch. It does not have the photographic illustrations found in the hardback. An interesting, and at times controversial, telling of this British author's life. She wrote many wonderful novels mainly set in Anthony Trollope's Barsetshire and was related to Edward Burne-Jones, Rudyard Kipling, and Stanley Baldwin.; Image is actual copy on offer; in our attempt to show the spine this image appears curved, the book is not curved or warped. 
Price: 23.75 USD
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853 2984 THOMAS, Gillian A Position to Command Respect: Women and the Eleventh Britannica
Hardcover Scarecrow Press: Metuchen, NJ & London; 1992; 212 pages Near Fine 
A new book. No dust wrapper, as issued.; 'The 1910-1911 "Encyclopaedia Britannica" was advertised as "the high water mark of human knowledge." Its contributors included some of the most notable figures from the late Victorian and Edwardian worlds of scholarship and knowledge. That 34 of the 1,500 contributors were women was widely perceived as signaling a significant breakthrough into the world of learning. The historical moment when these women were trying to claim cultural authority was one in which the role of women was being debated as never before. Many of the women contributors (predominantly British) were active participants in the suffrage debate. The book examines public and private aspects of the women contributors' lives and includes short biographies.' ; Published at $35.00 
Price: 22.50 USD
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854 250 Thomas, Rosie Bad Girls, Good Women
Hardcover Bantam Press: NY; 1989; First US Edition 664 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 

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855 7121 THOMPSON, Flora Illustrated Lark Rise to Candleford : a Trilogy
Hardcover Crown: New York; 1983; First American Edition 4to 11" - 13" tall; 224 pages Illustrated by Various Illustrators; Color Illustrations: Near Fine in Very Good dust wrapper 
A lovely clean copy with red cloth binding. Unclipped dust wrapper lightly edgeworn with a few small chips and creases and two short closed tears on rear panel, spine lightly sunned.; Profusely illustrated with colour and monochrome illustrations, including several by Helen Allingham. This is a lovely abridgement of the Candleford trilogy, a fictionalized memoir of rural life in Oxfordshire in the late 1800's. Recommended.; The trilogy recommended by Geraldine H., Martha P., and Ruth of the DES email discussion group. This edition recommended by Alandra of the E Goudge email discussion list. Oversized book will not fit safely in International Priority Mail envelope. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 19.50 USD
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856 6483 THOMPSON, Flora Lark Rise To Candleford : A Trilogy
Softcover; Trade PB David R. Godine: Boston; c1939-43, 2009; Second Printing 8vo - 8" to 9" tall; 556 pages Illustrated by Julie Neild; B&W Illustrations: Near Fine 
A new book; faint edgewear.; Trilogy edition containing 'Lark Rise', 'Over to Candleford', and 'Candleford Green'. Basis for BBC television series. Author, born in 1876, lovingly recounts the country life of her childhood in a hamlet on the Oxfordshire - Northhamptonshire border. This edition has an introduction by Richard Mabey and lovely wood-engraving illustrations by Julie Neild.; Recommended by Geraldine H. and Kristi J. of the DES email discussion group. 
Price: 18.95 USD
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857 5626 TILLYARD, Stella Aristocrats : The Illustrated Companion
Softcover; Trade PB Seven Dials: London; 2000; Near Fine  
Color Photographs; 208 pages; A lovely unread copy with faint edgewear.; The story of the four Lennox sisters is also a 'rich social history of eighteenth century Britain. The daughters of the Second Duke and Duchess of Richmond lived in magnificence as mistresses of some of the most splendid houses in England and Ireland through turbulent times, from the Jacobite Rebellion to the French Revolution.'This companion book for the BBC (PBS) series carefully details how their lives were made into a lavish television drama and the text is entirely different from the biography by Tillyard which was the basis for the series. Photographs reveal the spectacular treasure trove of houses, furniture, objects, and paintings commissioned by the sisters as well as numerous stills from the series.  
Price: 11.75 USD
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858 5018 TODD, Pamela Pre-Raphaelites At Home
Hardcover Watson- Guptill Publishing: NY; 2001; First US Edition 4to 11" - 13" tall; 192 pages Color Illustrations: Near Fine in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
A new book with faint edgewear to dust wrapper. ; The semi-secret Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was a fiery group of young artists, designers and thinkers, led by the charismatic figure of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. This book 'explores their personalities and work through the places and haunts they made their own, presenting an intimate view of an important section of the avant-garde artistic community and placing it firmly in its Victorian context. "Pre-Raphaelites at Home" is a book about personality and place. Biographies of each of the extensive cast of characters open the book, followed by a chronology of the significant events affecting the group over more than 60 years. In the succeeding chapters Rossetti, John Everett Millais, William Holman Hunt and Thomas Woolner are joined by William Morris, Edward Burne-Jones and their intimate circle. Place by place, we are led through the story of subtly shifting allegiance, of love and deaths, adultery and illness, as the angry young men became successful, and, in some cases, even respectable. The lively narrative, packed with quotation from their own work, is lavishly illustrated with full colour reproductions of Pre-Raphaelite paintings and portraits, photographs of interiors, furnishings and textile designs, and black and white contemporary photographs of the artists, their homes and their studios, as well as line drawings, sketches and cartoons from Punch and material from the Illustrated London News. Recommended.; A picture of AT as a child that we have not seen previously is included in this book. Published @ $40.00. 
Price: 22.50 USD
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859 6324 TOTH, Susan Allen My Love Affair with England : a Traveler's Memoir
Hardcover Ballentine Books: New York; 1992; First Edition 320 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Spine ends very slightly bumped, tiny tear to front pastedown. Unclipped dust wrapper, faintly rubbed and edgeworn. A very nice copy.; A collection of delightful essays and several useful travel tips. The author 'explored the countryside, traveled both second-class and in luxury, theatre-hopped, hunted for ghosts, and honeymooned'. A book that Anglophiles will especially enjoy and wish they had written. Recommended.; Recommended by Jerri C., Julie B., and Sally R. of the DES email discussion group. 
Price: 14.50 USD
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860 2070 TOWNSEND, Sue Adrian Mole Diaries : The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Age 13 3/4 and the Growing Pains of Adrian Mole
Hardcover Grove Press: New York; 1986; First US Edition 342 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Spine head and tail lightly bumped; top text block edge faintly soiled, previous owner signature on front endpaper. Dust wrapper, not price cut, is lightly edgeworn. ; The first two Adrian novels issued in one volume.  
Price: 12.50 USD
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861 3044 TRAVERS, P.L. [Helen Lyndon Goff] Mary Poppins Opens the Door
Hardcover Harcourt, Brace & Company: San Diego; c1943, 1997; Reprint Illustrated by Mary Shepard and Agnes Sims: Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper  
B&W Illustrations; 255 pages; A new book with bumped spine ends and a dust wrapper with very light edgewear and rubbing. ; Mary Poppins returns to Number Seventeen Cherry-Tree Lane, London in a fireworks rocket during the Guy Fawkes' celebration. She is just in time as the five Banks children have grown rather wild without a nanny. Their adventures with the magical, but firm, nanny in this book involve the Marble Boy, Peppermint Horses and the Cat That Looked at the King. This is a reprint of the original US edition. Some of the illustratio ns were done by Agnes Sims because WWII restrictions prevented the arrival of the original Shepard illustrations. The illustrator, Mary Shepard, was the daughter of E.H. Shepard who did the illustrations for the Winnie the Pooh books and Wind in the Willows amongst others. 'Travers chose Mary Shepard as the illustrator for her Mary Poppins books when she saw a hand-drawn Christmas card Mary had done. Shepard was a graduate of the Slade School of Art, and was married to E.V. Knox, the editor of Punch, the British humor magazine.' Recommended.; Published @ $18.00.  
Price: 13.50 USD
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862 5150 TRAVERS, P.L. [Helen Lyndon Goff] Mary Poppins in the Park
Hardcover Harcourt, Brace & Company: San Diego; c1952, 1997; Reprint Illustrated by Mary Shepard: Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper  
B&W Illustrations; 265 pages; A new book with bumped spine ends and an unclipped dust wrapper with very light edgewear and rubbing. ; The fourth book in this beloved series. It features six adventures that occured during the magical nanny's first three visits to Cherry Tree Lane. The illustrator, Mary Shepard, was the daughter of E.H. Shepard who did the illustrations for the Winnie the Pooh books and Wind in the Willows amongst others. 'Travers chose Mary Shepard as the illustrator when she saw a hand-drawn Christmas card Mary had done. Shepard was a graduate of the Slade School of Art, and was married to E.V. Knox, the editor of Punch, the British humor magazine.' Recommended.; Published @ $18.00.  
Price: 12.75 USD
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863 964 TREASE, Geoffrey Seven Queens of England
Hardcover Vanguard Press: New York; 1953; Good  
254 pages; Gray cloth soiled, spine a bit sunned, text block edges yellowed. Previous owner name on front free endpaper, a few pages soiled, no binding problems. No dust wrapper. ; Published the year of Queen Elizabeth's Coronation this is a brief history of all seven female monarchs of England that ruled in their own right. Text is rather large, it is possibly a young adult book. '  
Price: 10.00 USD
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864 1170 Trefusis, Violet Echo
Hardcover Viking: New York; (1931)1990; First US Edition Near Fine in Very Good+ dust wrapper  
8vo; 109 pages; Remainder mark, bottom edge; dust wrapper, not price cut, has a sunned spine. ; Translated from the French by Sian Miles. A tragic love story set in the Highlands.  
Price: 17.50 USD
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865 2621 TREFUSIS, Violet Broderie Anglaise
Hardcover Harcourt Brace: San Diego; c1935,1985; First US Edition Very Good+ in Very Good dust wrapper  
120 pages; Remainder mark on bottom text block edge, otherwise a lovely copy. Dust wrapper, price clipped, is slightly edgeworn and rubbed. ; 'Long before the love affair between Vita Sackville-West and Violet Trefusis was disclosed in "Portrait of a Marriage", Vita wrote about it in her novel "Challenge" and Virginia Woolf made it an episode in "Orlando". Violet Trefusis provided a view from the third side of this romantic (and literary) triangle in this novel, first published (in French) in 1935. In this delightful roman a clef, written as a drawing room comedy that unfolds during a single afternoon, the relationships among these three women are freshly illuminated. ' With a new introduction by Victoria Glendinning.  
Price: 16.00 USD
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866 6707 TREFUSIS, Violet Hunt The Slipper
Softcover; Trade PB Dial Press, A Virago Modern Classic: Garden City, NY; c1937,1984; First Edition Thus 180 pages Very Good 
Light spine creases, covers a bit edgeworn, remainder spray to bottom edge, a few smudges to page edges; interior pages clean, none loose. ; New introduction by Lorna Sage. Violet Trefusis was the daughter of Alice Keppel (one of Edward VII's mistresses and an ancestor of Camilla Parker Bowles.) She is best remembered for her affair with the author Vita Sackville-West but wrote eleven books herself (four of them in French. ) As she never fit comfortably into British Society she moved with her husband to France in 1921. This is her sixth novel, originally published in 1937, and presenting with sophistication what it is like to be in love, suffer, and laugh. This is the story of 49-year-old Nigel Benson, and Sir Anthony Crome's new wife, Caroline. Trefusis has made a masterful study of the green-eyed monster, jealousy. ; Front cover matches sample image. 
Price: 14.50 USD
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867 3080 TREMAIN, Rose Restoration
Softcover; Trade PB Penguin: NY; c1989,1994; First Edition Thus Very Good+  
371 pages; No spine creases, very light edgewear, image from film on front cover. ; Basis for the movie of the same name starring Robert Downey, Jr. set in 17th Century England during the reign of Charles II. ; 'The double import of Tremain's title--it refers both to the reign of the 17th-century Restoration King Charles II and to the restoration to the protagonist of his beloved home and aspirations for his life--is one of the subtle delights of this accomplishe d novel, shortlisted for the Booker and winner of other awards in Britain. The story is of one man's rise and fall and rise again, of his discovery of love and faith, and his emotional maturation in a crucible of harrowing experiences. In a larger sense, however, it is a social, cultural and psychological picture of that age, when bluebloods lived in gaudy excess but others were expected to be content in their "appointed stations."

Through the whim of his adored monarch, narrator Robert Merivel becomes veterinarian to the Royal Dogs, unofficial Fool, and "paid cuckold," when he marries the King's mistress, Celia Clemence, on condition that he himself will never fall in love with her. Having unwittingly succumbed to that forbidden emotion, Merivel is cast off by both wife and King, and must join his dour Quaker friend Pearce working in a lunatic asylum in remote, bleak Whittlesea. Another tragic loss sends him back to plague-ridden London, where his life comes full turn. Merivel embodies the contradictions of his era: though he is vain, frivolous and cynical, he is also a man of sensibility, intelligence and imaginative daring; his wry, witty voice holds the reader absorbed. A thoroughly satisfying read, the complex plot is augmented by acutely observed historical detail, nuanced character development, humor and poignancy.' -Publishers Weekly. Published @ $14.00  
Price: 10.75 USD

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868 7055 TROLLOPE, Anthony The Warden, Barchester Towers, Doctor Thorne [3 Volume Boxed Set]
Hardcover Folio Society: London; 2002; Fourth Printing 172,476,524 pages Illustrated by Alexy Pendle; B&W Illustrations: Very Good+ 
Quarter cloth bindings with decorated paper covered boards and decorated endpapers. Two of the lovely volumes are near fine.The very good 'Barchester Towers' volume has circular dampstains on front and a few white spots on back. No dust wrappers as issued, blue slipcase, faintly dusty, has bumped corners.; The first three volumes of "The Barsetshire Novels", the first serial fiction in English literature. The six novel series tells the story of the professional and landed classes in the Victorian cathedral town of Barchester and the surrounding county. Angela Thirkell readers will recognize many of the family names and place names as she 'borrowed' Trollope's Barsetshire for her own novels of 20th century English life. 'The Warden' introduction by Owen Chadwick, 'Barchester Towers' introduction by Ruth Rendell, 'Doctor Thorne' introduction by P.D. James.; Recommended by Holly H. of the ATS and the Angela Thirkell email discussion group:'Contemporary reviewers describe "Barchester Towers" as a comic masterpiece, centering on the burning question of who will rule the diocese of Barchester. They are absolutely correct. In this novel, second in the famous Barsetshire series, Trollope introduces one of the most detestable characters in all of literature, Mrs. Proudie, and one of the slimiest, Mr. Slope. There is the dear eccentric and mild Mr. Harding, his highly marriageable daughter Eleanor, and perhaps my favorite, the Archdeacon Grantly, the spiritual opposer to the Proudie-Slope contingent and a stubborn, comic, and still admirable character. This is a classic and must reading.' This three volume set will incur extra shipping charges if sent outside the US. Images are actual copies on offer. 
Price: 64.50 USD
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869 1290 TROLLOPE, Joanna Choir
Hardcover Random House: New York; 1988; First US Edition 261 pages Very Good+ in Very Good dust wrapper 
Spine tail and two spots on bottom edge lightly bumped. Dust wrapper, not price cut, has slight edgewear, one small closed tear on rear panel and front flap has a crease to bottom corner. ; Basis for the PBS series. Author is a descendant of Anthony Trollope.  
Price: 11.00 USD
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870 1353 Trollope, Joanna Rector's Wife, The
Hardcover Random House: New York; 1991; First US Edition 287 pages Very Good in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Basis for the Masterpiece Theater series. Recommended. ; Spine head and tail bumped, extremities edgeworn some soil to text block edges. Dust wrapper, not price cut, shows very light soil on the white portions. 
Price: 10.50 USD
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871 1473 Trollope, Joanna Next of Kin
Paperback; Trade PB Black Swan: London; (1996)1997; Near Fine  
A lovely copy, looks unread.  
Price: 8.50 USD
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872 1477 Trollope, Joanna Village Affair
Paperback; Trade PB Black Swan: London; (1989)1998; Reprint Very Good+  
271 pages; Slight spine creases. ; "Lettice Deverel with her parrot, and the vicar, a wonderful man- seemed to be the ultimate achievement of her outwardly happy marriage- a loyal, if dull husband, three children, two cars, and now, the house. So why did she feel that something crucial was missing?"  
Price: 7.50 USD
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873 1497 Trollope, Joanna Spanish Lover
Paperback; Trade PB Black Swan: London; (1993) 1997; Very Good  
380 pages; Some spine creases, one corner of front cover just beginning to curl. Binding is good and tight, pages are clean.  
Price: 9.00 USD
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874 1500 TROLLOPE, Joanna Choir
Hardcover Random House: New York; 1995; First US Edition 261 pages Very Good in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Blue quarter cloth binding discolored at spine tail, bottom corners bumped. Binding is in excellent condition, no remainder mark. Dust wrapper, not price clipped, is faintly edgeworn. ; The worldly dean wishes to restore his beloved cathedral, even at the expense of the school choir. The headmaster is determined that nothing and no-one will should destroy the Choir. Basis for the PBS series. Author is a descendant of Anthony Trollope.  
Price: 16.50 USD
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875 2024 TROLLOPE, Joanna Village Affair
Paperback; Mass Market PB Berkley Books: New York; c1989,1999; Reprint Near Fine  
292 pages; A new book. This edition contains a short interview with the author.; "Lettice Deverel with her parrot, and the vicar, a wonderful man- seemed to be the ultimate achievement of her outwardly happy marriage- a loyal, if dull husband, three children, two cars, and now, the house. So why did she feel that something crucial was missing?"  
Price: 6.00 USD
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876 2188 TROLLOPE, Joanna Spanish Lover
Hardcover Random House: New York; 1993; First US Edition 334 pages Very Good in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Red remainder dot on top text block edge, spine ends lightly bumped, paper covered board edges faintly rubbed. Dust wrapper lightly rubbed and edgeworn. ; This is the special preview edition, with no price on the dust wrapper and a message from the senior editor on the front flap.  
Price: 10.00 USD
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877 1476 Trollope, Joanna Men and the Girls
Paperback; Trade PB Avon Books: New York; (1992)1995; Very Good+  
248 pages; A new book, black remainder stripe on bottom text block edge, lightly edgeworn. ; "Suddenly in their sixties, the Men have reached a critical juncture--in their emotional lives, in their careers…. And in their loving relationships with the Girls, who are half their age. "  
Price: 9.00 USD
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878 6283 TROLLOPE, Joanna Girl from the South
Hardcover Viking: NY; 2002; First US Edition 294 pages Very Good in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Spine ends bumped, faint vertical crease on spine but no binding problems. A few smudges on page edges, black remainder mark on bottom edge; interior pages clean. A nice copy. Unclipped dust wrapper very lightly edgeworn.; 'Gillon Stokes was born and raised in Charleston, like her mother and grandmother before her, but with her unconventional style she's always felt awkward among her genteel family. Then Gillon has a chance to leave Charleston for a summer internship in London, and finds the promise of something different -- a place she feels she belongs.' 
Price: 8.75 USD
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879 5478 TROLLOPE, Joanna Choir, The
Paperback; Trade PB Berkeley Publishing Group: NY; c1988, 2002; Reprint Very Good  
302 pages; No spine creases, light edgewear, rear cover and last few pages creased near bottom edge. No loose pages or binding problems. A nice copy.; The worldly dean wishes to restore his beloved cathedral, even at the expense of the school choir. The headmaster is determined that nothing and no-one will should destroy the Choir. Basis for the PBS series. Author is a descendant of Anthony Trollope.  
Price: 7.00 USD
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880 6371 TROLLOPE, Joanna Brother and Sister: A Novel
Hardcover; Ex-Library Academy Chicago Publishers: NY; 2004; First US Edition 311 pages Very Good in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Ex-library book with usual stamps and markings; in nice condition. Spine ends faintly bumped. Unclipped dust wrapper has no library markings, is faintly edgeworn. ; 'A keenly observed and elegant new novel about the families we're born into, and the ones we create.

We all need to know where we come from, where we belong. But for David and Natalie, this need to know is even more urgent, since they are adopted. Brought up by the same parents, but born to two different mothers, they have grown up as brother and sister, and share a fierce loyalty.

Their decision, in their late thirties, to embark upon the journey to find their birth mothers is no straightforward matter. It affects, acutely and often painfully, their spouses and children, the people they work with, and, most poignantly, the two women who gave them up for adoption all those years ago, and who have since made other lives, even borne other children.

Exploring her subject with inimitable imagination and humanity, Joanna Trollope once again works her magic. In this rich narrative, at once gritty and graceful, she exposes the extraordinary challenges that arise at the heart of ordinary lives.'
; Trollope, Joanna 
Price: 8.50 USD
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881 5972 TROLLOPE, Joanna Passionate Man, A
Paperback; Trade PB Berkley Books: NY; c1990,2000; Reprint Very Good+  
295 pages; No spine or cover creases, very light edgewear. A very nice copy.; 'The Logans were an enchanting and admirable couple. Archie had snatched Liza from her own engagement party to someone else, wooed her, swept her off to his father in Scotland, and finally married her. Now bedded firmly into country life - three children, Archie the village doctor, Liza a teacher, everything comfortable, funny, affectionate - they awaited the arrival of Archie's father, the brilliant Sir Andrew Logan, a widower for over thirty years.

When his city-clean Rover stopped in the drive, Sir Andrew was not alone. Beside him was a golden lady in caramel suede, a warm, witty, desirable widow whom everyone - except Archie - adored at once. Archie saw his father's mistress as the worm in the bud of his perfect life - a life that was to be wrenched apart before he and Liza could re-create their world.'  
Price: 8.75 USD

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882 1686 TRUMAN, Margaret Women of Courage
Hardcover Wm Morrow and Co.: New York; 1976; First US Edition 254 pages Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper 
Free front endpaper has1977 in red pencil, tape residue, and skinned areas. Spine ends bumped, faded, and lightly soiled, text block edges foxed. Dust wrapper, price clipped, edgeworn and rubbed. ; Biographies of twelve courageous American women including Prudence Crandall, Dolly Madison, Elizabeth Blackwell, Marion Anderson, and others both famous and little known from Revolutionary times to the 1970's.  
Price: 10.00 USD
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883 6204 TURNBULL, Agnes Sligh Four Marys, The
Hardcover Fleming H. Revell Company: NY; 1932; 128 pages Very Good- Signed by Author
Signed by Author; The four short stories of this novel feature Mary of Nazareth, Mary of Magdala, Mary of Bethany, and Mary of Capernaum.; Signed and inscribed by the author, "for Emily & Oliver G----- with warmest regards and best wishes for a very happy Easter. Agnes Sligh Turnbull" Nice maroon cloth boards with decorative front cover embossing and lettering in gilt, spine ends and corners lightly bumped. Pages age browned, pastedowns, endpapers, and page edges foxed, top edge soiled; no binding problems, interior pages clean. No dust wrapper. 
Price: 69.00 USD
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884 6682 VAIZEY, Mrs. George de Horne The Ignorance of Sybilla : and other Stories
Softcover; Trade PB Greyladies: Edinburgh; 2010; 220 pages New 
A new book.; A new collection of short stories from this witty and intelligent author - family stories, romances, ghost stories, WWI patriotism, stories of independent working girls and honourable chaps. Originally written at the turn of the last century, these stories are perfect miniatures of insight and humour. Now out of print. 
Price: 24.50 USD
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885 5187 VON ARNIM] JOANNOU, Maroula ed. Women Writers of the 1930s : Gender, Politics and History
Softcover; Trade PB Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh; 1999; 224 pages Near Fine 
A new book with faint edgewear.; Sixteen essays on women writers of the liberal-left in the 1930s. Writers discussed include Elizabeth von Arnim, Elizabeth Bowen, Vera Brittain, Katherine Burdekin, Nancy Cunard, Storm Jameson, Rosamond Lehmann, Naomi Mitchison, Jean Rhys, Stevi Smith, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Rebecca West and Virginia Woolf. 
Price: 29.50 USD
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886 5780 VREELAND, Susan Forest Lover, The
Hardcover Viking: NY; 2004; First US Edition 333 pages Very Good+ in Near Fine dust wrapper 
A lovely book. Faintly bumped spine ends and corners. Unclipped dust wrapper has faintest edgewear.; 'It was Emily Carr (1871-1945)—not Georgia O'Keeffe or Frida Kahlo—who first blazed a path for modern women artists, according to this novelized biography. Carr's boldly original landscapes are praised today for capturing an untamed British Columbia and its indigenous peoples just before industrialization would change them forever. Susan Vreeland brings to life this fiercely independent and underappreciated figure. From illegal potlatches in tribal communities to the gaiety of prewar Paris, Carr's story is arresting and vibrant, and Vreeland tells it with gusto and suspense.' 
Price: 10.75 USD
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887 6873 VREELAND, Susan Passion of Artemisia, The
Hardcover Viking: NY; 2002; First US Edition 288 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Spine ends lightly bumped, a few faint smudges to top page edges. Unclipped dust wrapper has faint edgewear. A very nice copy.; Historical novel of 17th century Rome, Florence, and Genoa based on the painterArtemisia Gentileschi, 'a woman who ignored the conventions of her day and dared to follow her heart.'; "The story of a painter who transformed Renaissance Italy with the beauty of her work. 'ThePassion of Artemisia' chronicles the extraordinary life of Artemisia Gentileschi, the first woman to make a significant contribution to art history." Dust wrapper matches sample image. 
Price: 8.50 USD
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888 348 Wambaugh, Joseph Finnegan's Week
Hardcover Wm Morrow: NY; 1993; First US Edition 8vo ; 348 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Very slight soil to bottom of text block edge. 
Price: 8.50 USD
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889 5904 WATSON, Elsa Maid Marian
Hardcover Crown Publishers: NY; 2004; First US Edition Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper  
307 pages; A new book received with a bumped spine tail and bottom corners. Unclipped dust wrapper is faintly edgeworn. ; An enjoyable retelling of the Robin Hood legend. This tale of Sherwood Forest is told from Maid Marian's point of view. It 'brings to life the rollicking - and romantic - world of the Middle Ages.'; Published @ $23.95.  
Price: 10.00 USD
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890 4154 WAUGH, Evelyn Loved One, The : An Anglo-American Tragedy
Hardcover; Book Club Edition Little, Brown & Company: Boston; c1948,1977; Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper  
164 pages; Spine ends faintly bumped, pages pale yellow. A bit of residue from old price sticker on front free endpaper and a slight darkening at gutter on front and rear endpaper. Dust wrapper, with sunned spine, is very lightly edgeworn, has faint soil and has one tiny closed tear ar spine gutter. ; The author dedicated this satiric look on the commercialization of death to Nancy Mitford. It features a pet cemetary, a full-service Hollywood funeral home, and the romance of an embalmer and a crematorium cosmetician and a young English poet named Dennis Barlow. The author warns that this is a nightmare and somewhat gruesome in parts...  
Price: 10.75 USD
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891 4152 WAUGH, Evelyn Put Out More Flags
Hardcover; Book Club Edition Little, Brown & Company: Boston; c1942,1977; Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper  
286 pages; Spine ends bumped and just beginning to fray at spine head, black cloth binding and pages clean, a bit of residue on front endpaper from old price sticker. Pages pale yellow, one page creased. Dust wrapper is lightly edgeworn and has a sunned spine.; The author's satirical eye turns to "smart" England, the Bohemian crowd, and Colonel Blimp as World War II begins.  
Price: 9.75 USD
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892 5886 WAUGH, Evelyn Brideshead Revisited : The Sacred and Profane Memories of Captain Charles Ryder
Softcover; Trade PB Little, Brown & Company: Boston; c1945,1982; Reprint Very Good-  
351 pages; No spine creases, covers creased and edgeworn especially at top rear corner, page edges lightly yellowed and soiled; interior pages clean, none loose.; Cover images are from the Granada Television/ WNET television series starring Anthony Andrews and Jeremy Irons. ' This novel was recently selected by 'Time Magazine' as one of the one hundred best English-language novels written from 1923 to the present.; "This is my favorite novel, second only to The Diary of the Provincial Lady," writes Holly H. of the ATS and AT and DES discussion groups. "I can't help but love the narrator Charles Ryder and the members of theMarchmain family. Charles is the quintessential looker-on who faithfully records a glorious lost past and grace that was England before World War II, as personified by the Marchmain family, in particular. This is the story of his love for two of the wealthy Catholic children, the innocent yet dissolute Lord Sebastian and the ultimately disconsolate Lady Julia. They are surrounded by memorable characters of the first order. One of the greatest literary pleasures of my life is discovering this gem of a novel and re-reading it on an annual basis. I highly recommend it to you."  
Price: 6.50 USD
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893 4131 WAUGH, Evelyn (Donat Gallagher, ed.) Little Order, A : A Selection from his Journalism
Hardcover Little, Brown & Company: Boston; 1977; First US Edition 192 pages Very Good+ in Very Good- dust wrapper 
Lovely red cloth binding has lightly bumped and smudged spine ends. White unclipped dust wrapper has yellowed and has a bit of edgewear and light soil. A two inch closed tear at spine head has been repaired with archival tape.; "During most of his career as a writer, Waugh had to supplement his earnings from novels and travel books with journalism. This book dislpays the full range of his journalistic essays, from the 'beastly little articles' of the early years to the notorious satires and 'serious work' of subsequent decades." 
Price: 14.50 USD
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894 497 Weatherford, Doris Foreign And Female : Immigrant Women In America, 1840-1930
Softcover; Trade PB Facts On File: New York; (1986) 1995; Revised Edition 432 pages Very Good+ 
Large remainder mark to bottom edge, faint edgewear. A very nice copy. ; Revised and updated edition. Author uses letters and diaries to give a vivid picture of what it was like for European women newcomers to the US.  
Price: 16.00 USD
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895 493 Weatherford, Doris Foreign And Female : Immigrant Women In America, 1840-1930
Hardcover Facts On File: 1995; Revised Edition 432 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Spine head bumped, large remainder stamp on bottom edge, faint smudges on top edge. Dust wrapper lightly rubbed and edgeworn.; Revised and Updated edition. Author uses letters and diaries to give a vivid picture of what it was like for European women newcomers to the US.' 
Price: 24.00 USD
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896 494 Weatherford, Doris American Women's History: an A to Z of People, Organizations, Issues, and Events
Hardcover Prentice Hall: NY; 1994; First US Edition 396 pages Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper 
Corners very slightly rubbed; dust wrapper rubbed. A very nice copy. 
Price: 29.50 USD
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897 3835 WEINTRAUB, Stanley Edward the Caresser : The Playboy Prince Who Became Edward VII
Hardcover Free Press: NY; 2001; First US Edition Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper  
429 pages; A new book with a bumped spine foot and bottom corners. Dust wrapper is faintly rubbed and edgeworn.; ' In each of the past three centuries, a Prince of Wales has waited most of his life to become King. Each one disappointed his reigning parent, had an unhappy marriage, and conducted scandalous affairs. But only one gave his name to an age: the future Edward VII, Albert Edward, eldest son of Queen Victoria.

Drawing on previously unavailable, little-used or unknown diaries, letters, memoirs, and reportage from both sides of the Atlantic the author depicts the Prince and his worlds: his frustrating childhood, his introductions to gentlemanly sins at Oxford and Cambridge, his chilly marriage, and his constant escapes to balls, races, spas, and country houses, where he gambled, gourmandized, caroused, and whored. His string of "god-children" included some almost certainly his own. Yet despite, or because of, his flaws, "Bertie" was loved wherever he went. He was a natural diplomat, able to charm strangers and dance all night. When he toured the United States in 1860, he was a media sensation, and there was even talk of a marriage with President Buchanan's niece. His story is a picture of tragedy and farce—qualities that fit Edward perfectly for the role of modern monarch.'; Published @$30.00  
Price: 14.75 USD

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898 6038 WENTWORTH, Patricia Silent Pool, The
Softcover; Trade PB Harper Perennial: NY; c1953, 1992; Very Good+  
281 pages; No spine or cover creases, light edgewear, page edges yellowed, black remainder mark on bottom edge; interior pages clean.; This Miss Silver Mystery features the now retired, famous stage actress Adriana Ford.  
Price: 7.75 USD
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899 7242 WENTWORTH, Patricia Pilgrim's Rest [Dark Threat]
Softcover; Trade PB Harper Perennial: NY; c1946,1993; Reprint 257 pages Very Good- 
The tenth Miss Silver mystery featuring 'a spinster who has an aptitude for private investigation and is always seen with a piece of knitting at hand' was also published under the title 'Dark Threat'. "There have always been Pilgrims living at 'Pilgrim's Rest'. The two Miss Pilgrims, Columba and Janette, have no thought of leaving. When their brother suffers a fatal fall only days after talking about selling it, and his son, Major Roger Pilgrim, barely escapes two near-fatal accidents, they suspect it deadly to leave. Surely, Miss Silver can determine why the house hates to be empty."; No spine creases, faint cover creases and light edgewear. Page edges and free endpapers foxed, previous owner bookplate on front free pastedown; interior pages clean. ; 'Her books are good entertainment & offer a satisfying puzzle in the classic tradition.' - Lyn B., author of the 'I Prefer Reading' blog and member of the DES email discussion group. This series recommended by Jerri C. and Tom J. of the AT and DES email discussion lists as well as several other list members. Image is actual copy on offer. 
Price: 7.75 USD
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900 6757 WENTWORTH, Patricia Benevent Treasure, The
Softcover; Trade PB Harperperennial: NY; c1953,1992; 279 pages Very Good 
A Miss Silver mystery.; No spine or cover creases, light edgewear; pages pale brown, edges a bit darker with a few smudges. ; "Invited to live with her two great-aunts, the Misses Cara and Olivia Benevent, Candida Sayle has no home of her own and accepts. But the offer takes on an eerie quality when the aunts recall the family legacy--the Benevent Treasure that brings death to all who touch it. When Candida becomes reacquainted with local architect Stephen Eversley, he worries for her safety and calls in Miss Silver. But she is already on the case, investigating the mysterious disappearance years earlier of a man who worked for the sisters, and knew a bit too much, perhaps, about the Benevent Treasure." Book matches sample image. 
Price: 7.00 USD
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