THE ILLEGITIMATES, by Raymond Aitchison,a novel of Australian aboriginal life in NSW . Per the flyleaf: "The characters in this book are people of Aboriginal blood living on the fringe of white settlement in northern New South Wales...
Hardcover with a dustjacket, published by Book Club Associates, UK, 1972, 254 pages, 319 grams. ISBN not provided. Miss Charity Steane is running away from the drudgery of her aunt's household to find her grandfather.
Mary Gulliver was born to an Edinburgh hosier and his strictly Presbyterian wife. Brought up on a diet of duty and modesty, by the time she is sixteen she has been married off to physician Lemuel Gulliver, a stiff, charmless academic.
World War 1 A Photographic History Hardcover (2008) World War 1 A Photographic History Hardcover by Richard Hamilton (2008) Book is inVery Fine Condition with some minor cover wear on the edge of the dust jacket.
THE ERN MALLEY AFFAIR - Michael Heyward. Published 1993 University of Queensland Press. Hardcover/jacket. The jacket has some marks to front and edges. The pages are white, with a few small marks, but no significant stains.
A lovely book of Simon Drew animations, also not large if you like Simon Drew's wacky sense of humour and terrific designs you love this little book. Brand new with dust jacket Any questions please ask.
A LUTE WITH THREE STRINGS, poems by Tasmanian poet Helen Power, (selected and introduced by Clive Sansom). The Book Cellar in the Midlands of Tasmania is open for browsing and buying every day, 10-4; enquiries welcome.
Catherine Cookson's. Brid looked to the horizon, now entirely taken up with the haze of colour erupting over the line of the sea. She had not especially wanted to see the dawn, but she had wanted to be here with Joe.
A Charlie Fox Thriller. This is an ex-library book. This book is in very good condition. Very light tanning to page edges. It has all the stamps, barcodes, stickers, markings and signs of use of a library book.
Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Ex Library book with stamp inside cover and sticker on front otherwise very good reading condition. We do not use stock photos, the picture displayed is a scan of the actual book for sale.
One of Catherine Cookson's nine posthumous stories. A series of disasters threaten to ruin Sally and Fred Carpenter's holiday on the Norfolk Broads until they meet up with a boating fraternity and a young girl named Rosie.
Published 1987 Guild Publishing. Hardcover book with some scuffing/wear to the jacket. There is a brief inscription on the title page. Pages are heavily age-tanned with light spotting to closed/compressed edges, otherwise no major marks.
Additional Information about Kingdom Besieged by Raymond E. Feist (large Hardback, 2011) Author Biography Feist is one of the world's leading fantasy writers. His Riftwar and Serpentwar Sagas have been global best sellers for years.
Find more fiction books in our Ebay store. Edition: The University of Chicago Press 2004. Cover, Bindings: Firmly bound hardcover with a dust jacket, little shelf wear on edges and odd smudge on front cover, see photos.
This is the median price based on sales of this product in the same condition from all listings on ebay.com.au in the past 14 days, or if there are any insufficient number of listings for a meaningful calculation, the past 90 days.