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Eagle in the Sky

Eagle in the Sky

Wilbur Smith

New York: Doubleday & Company, 1974. 1st American Edition; 1st Printing. Dust jacket is good, with some edge wear, spine wear, small tear to top of front cover and corner bumping. Black cloth over blue boards, stamp reading, "With Compliments of Doubleday & Company, Inc." on front past-down endpaper, book is tight and square in very good condition.

Wilbur Addison Smith (b 1933) is a South African novelist. This fiction nove,l set in South Africa, follows the life of David Morgan and his love of flying and Debra.

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$ 55.00 USD

Fall of Hyperion

Fall of Hyperion

Dan Simmons

New York: Doubleday, 1990. 517 pp. Approximately 5 3/4x 8 1/2". Illustrated dust jacket in fine condition, not price clipped. Red paper over boards with gilt lettering on spine, 1/4 bound in brown cloth, minor spotting to top page edges, overall near fine condition.

This is the second book in the Hyperion Cantos. Dan Simmons (1948 - ) is an American novelist in the Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy genre. The Fall of Hyperion won both the Locus Awards and 1991 British Science Fiction award and was also nominated for the Nebular and Hugo Awards. Cover art is by Gary Ruddell.

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$ 65.00 USD

Mistress of the Empire

Mistress of the Empire

Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts

New York: Doubleday, 1992. 613 pp. Approximately 6 1/2 x 9 1/2". First Edition, as stated on the copyright page and correct number line. Dust jacket in fine condition; White boards with white cloth 1/4 binding, inscribed on the title page by both authors and cover artist Don Maetz (husband of Janny Wurtz) to Diane Peterson (a rare bookdealer also known as "The Book Lady"), in fine condition.

This is the third book and the exciting conclusion of the Empire trilogy.

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$ 95.00 USD

O'Shaughnessy's Day

O'Shaughnessy's Day

Mary Deasy

Doubleday 1957 first hardcover printing. Book is tight and square. Dust jacket is bright, with minimal edge wear and corner bumping; some yellowed tape along bottom edges. Interior is clean, no bookstore stamps. Previous owner's name on inside front page. Small water stain on top edge of book. Age toning is present as is common in books of this vintage. Irish-American family story.

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$ 14.00 USD

The Firm

The Firm

John Grisham

New York: Doubleday, 1991. 421 pp. Approximately 6 1/4 x 9 1/2". Illustrated dust jacket with a slight amount of wear along the bottom edges, in near fine condition. Green paper over boards with 1/4 bound black cloth, gilt title crisp on spine, bright yellow endpapers, complete number line, price of $19.95 on jacket, slight spotting on page edges otherwise interiors are in excellent condition, overall near fine condition.

This is the second novel for John Grisham (1955 - ) which was made into a movie starring Tom Cruise, Gene Hackman and Jeanne Tripplehorn. After the huge success of this book, Grisham's first novel, "A Time to Kill", became more popular as well.

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$ 85.00 USD

The House At Sunset

The House At Sunset

Nora Lofts

Doubleday Avon book, #V2085, 1962 first paperback printing. Book is tight and square. Spine is flat, uncreased and shiny. Cover is bright, with minimal edge wear and corner bumping. Interior is clean, no bookstore stamps or writing. Age toning is present as is common in books of this vintage.

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$ 25.00 USD

The Human Element

The Human Element

John Fores

Doubleday 1958 hardcover printing. Book is tight and square in very good condition. Dust jacket is good and bright, with minimal edge wear, some rubbing and corner bumping. Interior is clean, no bookstore stamps although previous owner's name is on inside front page. Age toning is present as is common in books of this vintage. A flight leaves London for Nairobi carrying a mixed group of passengers--a movie star, an American journalist, a businessman, a thief, a young civil servant, a colored woman. Thanks to the overconfident captain and the inefficient navigator, the plane has to crash land in the Sahara where, again thanks to the navigator, it takes five days for a rescue plane to find them.

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$ 15.00 USD

The Immortal Lovers: Heloise and Abelard

The Immortal Lovers: Heloise and Abelard

Marjorie Worthington

Doubleday 1960 first hardcover printing. Book is tight and square. Dust jacket is bright, with minimal edge wear and corner bumping, small stain on spine. Interior is clean, no bookstore stamps or writing. Age toning is present as is common in books of this vintage. According to the jacket "This is a truly stirring recreation of two of history's most heroic and romantic figures."

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$ 15.00 USD

The Summer Soldiers

The Summer Soldiers

David Mark

Doubleday1957 first edition stated. Book is tight and square. Dust jacket is bright, with minimal edge wear and corner bumping. Interior is clean, no bookstore stamps but previous owner's name on inside front page. Age toning is present as is common in books of this vintage. Post World War II fiction novel.

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$ 18.00 USD