First australian edition hardcover published by william heinemann, melbourne, 1950. 352 pages. By popular and most keenly sought writer of historical fiction. In good internal condition with only a name and address inside cover.
If I had a Tardis; - I would not need eBay to solve my storage problems? For Your Reading Pleasure Today:The BBC Past Doctor Adventure; Heart of Tardis. This story features the Second Doctor, Fourth Doctor, Romana, Jamie and Victoria.
Published by Knopf in 1983. A copy of the US 1st Edition of Marquez's Chronicle of a. I am selling my collection of rare reading copies of Marquez's novels as well as some biographies on his life literature.
For your Reading Pleasure Today:Marvel; Doctor Who Collected Comics, 1985, 6th Doctor. CONDITION:I do not know how to grade Comics but will say that This Comic is in Good/Very Good Condition See Photos.
This is a 1951 hardcover first edition book entitled Cuckoo in the Dell by Noel Langley and Hazel Pynegar. The story is set in the eleventh century. The book contains no greetings or torn or missing pages, and comes with a dust jacket.
A copy of the 1st American Edition of The EBONY TOWER by John Fowles. See my other listings for John Fowles. Published by Little Brown in 1974. Very good condition with Dust Jacket kept in protective plastic covering.
If I had a Tardis; - I would not need eBay to solve my storage problems? For Your Reading Pleasure Today: A Virgin Missing Adventures Book. 24 Messidor, XXII: the TARDIS has landed in post-revolutionary France, or so it appears.
For your Reading Pleasure Today:The Doctor Who Postcard Collection Hard to Find! Cover blurb:"The beauty of Doctor Who was that it was a continual mystery; you didn't know who he was, or where the next story would take you as a viewer.
Tempest: a wild and untamed world perpetually wreathed in cloud and storms. The only means of long-distance travel across its surface are the great transcontinental monorails that traverse its lonely and dangerous wastelands.
Simone Kirsch always wanted to join the police force. She's smart, fit and wants to do good. But she has a problem. She has worked as a stripper for the last three years and the service won't let her in.
Note: In an early experiment into print-on-demand publishing, author Dave Stone made a revised version of this novel available onCafePress in March 2007 — to avoid copyright trouble, the text was edited to remove all references to Bernice Summerfield (the heroine is renamed "Pandora Delbane" instead).
review from GoodReads.com:The writing is great, and the events cover quite a bit of time considering its length. In it, a group of scientists are exiled to a space station in order to preserve the stability of the world.
Bored with her job, bored with being perpetually skint, Bernice Summerfield leaps at the chance of a free holiday arranged by her new friend Maeve Ruthven, St Oscar's Professor of Comparative Religion.
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