This is a presidential agent novel involving intelligence black operations involving the CIA, FBI and Delta Force. Typical exciting Griffin book. This book is pristine inside and the dust jacket has only a tiny bit of shelf edge wear.
A New York Times bestseller by the author about a World War II story of survival, resilience and redemption about an airman who was involved in a crash and ended up on a raft in the ocean. A book that the reader won't want to put down until its finished. This book looks new inside and out.
A superb read on pre-historical humans who lived by hunting mammoths. Auel covers pre-history in a manner that keeps one interested to the point that they don't want to put the book down until they finish reading it. This book is in fine condition and pristine inside and the dust jacket has only very light shelf edge wear.
A novel based on the Vietnam War. This book has several places where a stamp has been blacked out but otherwise the pages are pristine. The dust jacket has only very little edge wear and is close to fine condition.
A novel set in Egypt in 1290-1100 BC about one man's life who develops into a very powerful individual. This novel has intrigue, war, violence, and sex. This book is pristine inside except for writing blacked out on the front and back end pages. The dust jacket has light edge wear but is close to fine condition.
A tale of a man who goes deep into the Ozark Mountains and becomes a sheep herder and is a mystery to the local people. Great family type adventure story. This book is pristine inside and the dust jacket looks almost new with a tiny bit of edge wear. Book club edition.
This is a very good used audio book on 3 compact disc called THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING PART 1 by J.R.R. TOLKIEN. It comes in it's original packaging, and CD holders, seperate holders for each of the 3 disc set. The holder is a plastic hinged type. All in very good used condition. A classic!
This is a very good used book on 14 compact disc called THE TWO TOWERS by J.R.R. TOLKIEN. This is the DC book being the second part of the Lord of the Rings. It comes in it's original packaging, and CD holders, seperate holders for each of the 14 disc set. The holders are in 4 booklet type holders. All in very good used condition. A classic!
Offering Jones' The Thin Red LIne for the WWII fan. The Thin Red Line Scribners Ny 1962 is in good condition.It is a First Edition, Hard Cover with a fair condition dust jacket. 495pgs(pages all good but the outside edges of the pages are dark. The Thin Red Line is author James Jones's fictional account of the World War II Galloping Horse portion of the Battle of Mount Austen, specifically Hill 53, during the Guadalcanal campaign, which he experienced firsthand in the United States Army's 25th Infantry Division. The novel has been adapted for motion pictures twice, first in 1964 and then in Terrence Malick's 1998 adaptation. The inscription page catches one element of the book and of Jones' approach: This book is cheerfully dedicated to those greatest and most heroic of all human endeavors, WAR and WARFARE; may they never cease to give us the pleasure, excitement and adrenal stimulation that we need, or provide us with the heroes, the presidents and the leaders, the monuments and museums which we erect to them in the name of PEACE.
Offering a great Robin Cook trio including Mutation , Harmful Intent and Acceptable Risk Mutation ISBN 0399134026 G. P. Putnam's Sons New York: G. P. 1989. 367pp.Hard Cover with dusk acket- In Mutation, Robin Cook's masterpiece of techno- medical suspense, Dr. Cook tells a story as chilling and real as today's headlines. On the forefront of surrogate parenting and genetic research, it is the explosive tale of a brilliant doctor who sought to create the son of his dreams--and invented a living nightmare.. Harmful Intent ISBN 0399134816 1990 pp.400 Putnam Hardcover with dust jacket The explosive story of a doctor accused of malpractice--a fugitive on the run Who pierces the heart of a shocking medical conspiracy...The phenomenon continues! Anesthesiologist Jeffrey Rhodes loses a patient in what should have been a routine childbirth. Later found guilty of malpractice, harmful intent, and reckless disregard for human life, Rhodes flees the authorities in an effort to clear his name and sort out what really happened that fateful day. Acceptable Risk ISBN 0399139710 1994 Putnam Hardcover with dust jacket pp.404. A research scientist discovers a mood--altering, enhancing drug and involves himself and other researchers in a deadly experiment. Blended with this story of greed and laboratories gone awry is a woman's relationship troubles and her increasingly troubled conviction that something has gone wrong. A nice collection for the Cook fan in your life.
Cover of Night Linda Howard In a remote rural town, young widow Cate Nightingale runs a charming bed-and-breakfast. Armed men storm the house. With the entire town held hostage and cut off from the outside world, Cate make the most daring move of her life into the very heart of danger. Ballantine Books, 2006. ISBN 978-0-345-48651. Paperback, 428 pages. Spine creased and slanted. Otherwise very good. Under 1 lb.
Medical Center Chris Stratton Dr. Joe Gannon is caught up in campus violence and youthful love. A tense, moving novel based on the hit CBS-TV series starring Chad Everett and James Daly. Popular Library, 1970. Paperback, 192 pages. Name inside front. Slight edge wear, creased cover corner. Half title page has a small 7/8 inch tear repaired with archival tape. Clean and firmly bound. Under 1 lb.
This is an nice, clean copy of CHRISTMAS STORIES by MARY J. HOLMES copyright in 1894 by DANIEL HOLMES. The book has 572 pages, and measures 5 x 7.25 . It is a hard cover, with blue cloth, in good shape, clean pages, binding is holding, but some old and newer tape repairs noted, some of the old tape has darkened, none effecting the text, no dust cover. A good bit of wear on the outside cover, mildly bumped corners. In good read-able condition.
Book-ted Scott Flying Stories / The Search For The Lost Flyers
This listing is for a HARDCOVER BOOK with the title THE SEARCH FOR THE LOST FLYERS (5th book in the series) written by FRANKLIN W. DIXON. About the book: This is the 5th book of a series of 20 books known as the Ted Scott Flying Stories. The stories are a series of juvenile aviation adventures created by the Stratemeyer Syndicate using the pseudonym of Franklin W. Dixon (also used for The Hardy Boys) and published by Grosset & Dunlap. The novels were produced between 1927-1943. The name Ted Scott was an aviation series which featured Ted Scott, a public aviation hero rather than merely an amateur aviator. In book #1, Ted Scott got his fame for being the first pilot to fly over the Atlantic Ocean to Paris. The CONDITION is ESTATE / USED. The binding is tight and the pages show some discoloration and are dusty. The book is old and it shows signs of handling and some wear. There is some writing on the inside cover.
Title:-State of Fear Sub Title: --A Novel Item Specifics: Used Book Author/Editor: --Michael Crichton Publisher: --Harper Collins Publication Year: --2004, First Edtion ISBN/Library of Congress:--0-06-621413-0 Language: English Format: Hard Cover Size: 6 1/4 x 9 1/2 Condition: Book and DJ are in excellent condition Subject: A techno-novel gripping and thought provoking Original Price: -- Age Level: Adult Domestic US S/H is $3.50.Domestic US only, we will requote Foreign S/H. (PA residents add 6% sales tax.) Money Orders ensure next business day shipment. We do accept electronic payments thru Paypal only. Payment receipt required within ten (10) days.
Title:-Air Battle Force Sub Title: --A Novel Item Specifics: Used Book Author/Editor: --Dale Brown Publisher: --G P Putnam Sons Publication Year: --1993 ISBN/Library of Congress:--0-399-13822-6 Language: English Format: Hard Cover Size: 6 1/4 x 9 1/4 Condition: Book and DJ are in excellent condition Subject: A novel of the future of the uS Air Force and a world still poised for war Original Price: -- Age Level: Adult
1980, 1st edition, hard cover seem to be in excellent condition, belonged to library,LOST at SEA by Susan Turner - Illustrated by Richard Wahl, Gorgeous illustrations, - as per images, US Buyer to pay 4.00 for shipping plus insurance,THANKS.
Thinner by Richard Bachman was Stephen King's book under a pseudo name. As you read the beginning of the book if you are a real fan of Stephen King you will see the similarities of the writing. This book is the First Printing, November 1984 as stated on the copyright page. The book is in very good condition but the dust jacket has some wear.
The Black House by Stephen King and Peter Straub is a limited edition as mentioned on the copyright page, published in 2001. This is the 2nd book that these 2 authors have written together about a boy named Jack Sawyer. This book is in excellent condition including its dust jacket.
This Special Limited Edition The Talisman was co authored by Stephen King and Peter Straub in 1984. The book was First Published in 1984 by Viking Penguin Inc. as stated on copyright page. The book is in excellent condition, the dust jacket has worn edges.
Title:-Jackdaws Sub Title: -- Item Specifics: Used Book Author/Editor: --Ken Follett, Publisher: --Dutton Publication Year: --First printing, Dec 2001 ISBN/Library of Congress:--0-525-94628-4 Language: English Format: Hard Cover Size: 5 3/4 x 8 1/2 Condition: Book and DJ are in excellent condition Subject: A novel of suspense set in the most dangerous days of WWII Original Price: -- Age Level: Adult Domestic US S/H is Free.Domestic US only, we will requote Foreign S/H. (PA residents add 6% sales tax.) Money Orders ensure next business day shipment. We do accept electronic payments thru Paypal only. Payment receipt required within ten (10) days.
Offering Get Smart #7 an original novel about NBC's Television hilarious super-spy Maxwell Smart Agent 86 for Control. In this book Control s master chucklehead and the eveil men of KADS fight their own cold war at the North Pole.
Book The Arabian Nights Edited By Ruppert S. Holland
This listing is for a book with the title THE ARABIAN NIGHTS as described as follows: Edited by: Rupert S. Holland Illustrated by W. H. Lister Plublishers: Grosset & Dunlap New York Printing date: unknown Pages: 420 / print black on white paper with sligh yellowing to the paper. There is one color illustration at the beginning of the book (as shown in our photo) showing a copyright of G.W.J. & CO. The condition is Estate / Used. It is in very good clean condition. The binding is tight. This book appears to have been given as a gift. There is writing on the inner title page that reads: To Robert July 13, 1939 from Charles.
A wonderfull story authored by JOHANNA SPYRI (author of Heidi) with black/white ILLUSTRATIONS by FRANCES BRUNDAGE and was also TRANSLATED by CLEMENT W. COUMBE. This HARD COVER BOOK is part of the publishers EVERY CHILDS LIBRARY EDITIONS. The CONDITION is VERY GOOD. The HARD COVER is a BRIGHT ORANGE and it shows light wear has useage marks. The spine is tight. The PAGES of the BOOK show some discoloration and light useage. There is writing in pencil on the inside page by a child and writing in ink on the next page by the childs grand mother dated Xmas 1930. The illustrations are nice and dark/crisp.
A wonderfull story authored by JOHANNA SPYRI (author of Heidi) with black/white ILLUSTRATIONS by FRANCES BRUNDAGE and was also TRANSLATED by CLEMENT W. COUMBE. This HARD COVER BOOK is part of the publishers EVERY CHILDS LIBRARY EDITIONS. The CONDITION is VERY GOOD. The HARD COVER is slightly faded and it shows light wear has useage marks. The top right corner is worn/bent. There is spotting on the binding and the back cover. The spine is tight. The PAGES of the BOOK show some discoloration and light useage. The illustrations are nice and dark/crisp.
Book Hard Cover Mary Mapes Dodge-hans Brinker Or The Silver Skate
A wonderfull story authored by MARY MAPES DODGE with a black/white FRONTISPIECE BY FLORENCE WHITE WILLIAMS. This HARD COVER BOOK is part of the publishers EVERY CHILD'S LIBRARY editions. The CONDITION is VERY GOOD. The HARD COVER is a very bright yellow/orange color. There is little wear to the edges. There are some signs of light usage. The spine is tight. The pages of the book shows very light useage and some discoloration. The dust jacket is worn and torn. There are no illustrations except from your imagination.
A wonderfull story told in 3-PARTS through the eyes of Charles Dickens about his life and travels in Italy via France and into Algiers. There are no illustrations except from your imagination. The book begins with The Reader's Passport. The CONDITION is GOOD/FAIR for the age of this book. The HARD COVER is faded and shows wear (binding/edges/corners). The spine is slightly loose but all of the pages are intact. The PAGES of the BOOK have some fading to the print and there is some discoloration and tears.
Book Hard Cover Louisa M. Alcott-little Men/life At Plumfield
A wonderfull story authored by LOUISA MAY ALCOTT with black/white ILLUSTRATIONS BY FRANCES BRUNDAGE. This HARD COVER BOOK is part of the publishers EVERY CHILD'S LIBRARY editions. The CONDITION is GOOD. The HARD COVER is slightly faded and it has some wear to the edges. The spine is tight. The front cover is slightly pulled away. The BOOK itself shows very light useage to the pages. The illustrations are nice and dark and crisp. There is writing in ink on the inside of the first page For Charles, From Grand Mother Xmas 1930.
From The Submarine Boys series, titled The Submarine Boys Trial Trip by Victor G.Durham. Published by Henry Altemus Company of Philadelphia, copyrighted 1909. Hardcover, 251 pages. Looks complete and intact, some usage stains (no water damage or musty smells), normal usage wear, covers are loose at the spine but not coming off. Only writing inside is a name and date of 1909. Great for completing a set! Shipping includes delivery confirmation, insurance is optional at buyer's risk.
J. Fennimore Cooper, M. Donahue & Co., no early date. Has nice cover with man in leather with a pistol and rifle. Very good condition. A stirring account of Europeans, Indians, and colonials on the American frontier.
by Jack London, 1920, G & D, some spotting on cover otherwise good condition. Burning Daylight was London's best selling book during his lifetime. The book begins on the Klondike, as the hero-nicknamed Burning Daylight-becomes the most successful entrepreneur during the Alaskan Gold Rush. Having achieved fame and fortune, he heads to the States, he's cheated out of his fortune by the crooks of Wall Street. He too becomes a scoundrel when it comes to doing business. His travels take him to California where he sees potential in the town of Oakland. He buys property, sets up utilities and public transportation systems through overbearing and shady tactics. He becomes self-indulgent with drink and food. And then, for the first time, he falls in love. The story ends with the moral of how a good woman can turn a bad man around. Adventure, dirty business deals and love wrapped into one good story.
Great lot for the child who loves adventure this Lot includes : Opening Of the Wilderness by John Mason Brown - Illustrated by Lee J. Ames - 8th printing - 1952 - Some writing inside cover but rest in good used condition. Daniel Boone by Katharine E. Wilkie - Scholastic Book Service - 8th- 1966- Soft cover - Book in good used condition.
Joyce Secret Squadron - A Captain Midnight Adventure
Hard cover book by R.R. Winterbotham - Illustrated by Erwin L. Darwin - 1942 - Writing on front inside cover -Cover corner some piece torn off - Very Fragile Cover - Rest book in good as is Used condition.
Vintage Adventure Book: Norman Douglas, 1929, vol. 1 & 2, Argus Books, Chicago, illusrtated by John Austen. Norman Douglas' most highly acclaimed work. South Wind is set on Nepenthe, an invented Mediterranean island much like Capri, it tells the story of Thomas Heard, Bishop of Bambopo, during the season of the sirocco (south wind), which considerably affects the attitudes and behavior of the islanders. He encounters people holding various unorthodox views on moral and sexual questions.
Vintage Adventure Book: Storm and Echo by Frederic Prokosch, 1948, 1st edition, Doubleday & Company, #61 of 75 copies which were for sale from the first 85 copies, signed, with a sheet of the original manuscript bound into copy, slide cover box, very good condition.
Antique Adventure Book: The Congo Rovers by Harry Collingwood, 1894, Scribner & Sons, story of Congo slave squadron, red cloth cover picture pasted on cover, very good condition, Christmas inscription on fly leaf.
Single volume, titled The Putnam Hall Rivals, by Arthur M. Winfield. Part of a boys series about a military cadet school. Copyright 1906, by The Mershon Company. Condition is poor to fair. Hardbound, looks like all pages are there but they are loose from the binding, well-used, normal age discoloration, considerable cover wear, no water damage though. Great for completing a set! Shipping including delivery confirmation, insurance is optional at buyer's risk.
The Barrier by Rex Ellingwood Beach illustrated by Denman Fink A vintage romance - adventure novel of the Alaskan Klondike. Published by A. L. Burt Company; New York, NY by arrangement with Harper and Brothers. Copyright 1908 by Harper and Brothers; this A. L. Burt Company reprint edition is NOT dated. The last few pages lists other Popular Copyright Books (Fiction) availiable from A. L. Burt Company. This green cloth, pictorial, hard cover book measures 7-5/8 inches tall by 5¼ inches wide by 1-3/4 inches thick; with about 310 numbered pages. CONDITION: USED. No dust jacket. Covers have bumped corners and edgewear. One of the four illustration plates is missing. Pages are yellowed, some with edge chips, though mostly clean. Binding separation between pages eight and nine. Else in good condition; but because of the missing plate the overall condition is POOR. Still useful as a reading copy. SHIPPING and HANDLING: Under 2 lbs. Shipping information will be found at the bottom of the store home page, or at the top of the order form. Please select an appropriate shipping method. May be shipped Media (10 - 16 days), or Priority (3 - 4 days). For International shipping, please use the question button to ask for cost quote. Insurance is at the discretion and additional expense of the buyer.
The Man in the Yellow Raft by Cecil Scott Forester Cover illustration by Chuck McVicker Five of these eight short stories portraying United States Navy men during World War II, involve the Destroyer Boon. Here is all the excitement that C. S. Forester fans have come to expect; from his other works (which include: African Queen and the Hornblower series, among others); with a brilliant backdrop provided by the author's special love of the sea and his impressive knowledge of seamanship and advanced naval warfare. The men in these stories display courage and disipline amid great danger and the ever - present threat of death. The stories in this book are: The Man in the Yellow Raft Triumph of the Boon The Boy Stood on the Burning Deck Dr. Blanke's First Command Counterpunch U.S.S. Cornucopia December 6th Rendezvous A Pinnacle Books, Inc. (New York, NY) edition, published by special arrangement with Little, Brown and Company. ISBN: 0-523-00839-2. First Printing, April 1976. This Mass Market Paperback book measures 6-13/16 inches tall by 4-5/32 inches wide by 1/2 inch thick, and has 184 numbered pages. CONDITION: USED. Edges and corners worn; corners bumped; stress creases; back cover, and last few pages, torn 3/4 inch at the lower spine; back cover stained; pages yellowing; else, a GOOD reading copy, firmly bound. SHIPPING and HANDLING: Under 1 lb. Shipping information will be found at the bottom of the store home page, or at the top of the order form. Please select an appropriate shipping method. May be shipped Media (10 - 16 days), or Priority (2 - 4 days). For International shipping, please use the question button to ask for cost quote. Insurance is at the discretion and additional expense of the buyer.
Offering this book titled: Gamblin' Man Author: E. B. Mann Publisher pages clean and tight, slight age darkening. Spine is secure. Second blank page has tear on top corner. Comments: A great old western for the cold winter evenings!
Offering this 1906 edition of The Abbatial Crosier ( a tale of a medieval abbess) by Eugene Sue. Published by New York Labor News Co. Burgundy cloth hardboards, gold lettering and design on front and spine. Good condition, slight spine edge and corner wear, fading along bottom front edge. Pages clean and tight, no scribbles or tears. Two pages have a small smudge, does not detract from reading. A nice addition to your collection.
Offering this rare first edition book titled Stories From Old-Fashioned Children's Books ; brought together and introduced to the reader by Andreeew W. Tuer, F.S.A.; adorned with 250 amusing cuts (illustrations); published by The Leadenhall Prefs Ltd, 50 Leadenhall Street EC, London England; Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent gold gilt on top page edges. Only imperfection is on the two pages where original silk book ribbon has set all these years, left a shadow stain in the inner margin. Original owner signed inside front cover. Spine is secure and straight. A beautiful 103 year old book filled with wonderful stories and illustrations, a must have for your collection!
Offering this handsome old book titled The Rover by Joseph Conrad, published by Doubleday Page & Co, New York, 1923. Dark blue soft leather cover, good condition, minimal corner and spine wear, no cracks or splits. Ornate gold gilt design on front & spine, gold gilt on top page edges. Pages are clean and tight (except for about 7 pages has a small faint smudge on top margin, does not affect reading. Previous owner signed first name on inside front cover and there is a tiny spot where there was a sticker. A lovely old book for your collection and enjoyment!