Category: Contemporary Literature & Fiction


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Moriah's Mutiny

By: Bevarly, Elizabeth

Price: $3.00

Publisher: US, Harlequin: 1991

Seller ID: PGB819

ISBN: 0373362579

Condition: Used - Very Good

pp 249 Mass Market Paperback in very good condition; clean pages; light edgewear; creased spine; thumb bend to front cover // Anthropologist Moriah Mallory had always been the ugly duckling of her family. So when she accompanies her sisters on a Caribbean charter cruise, she doesn't expect their dashing captain to notice her. So why did Austen Blye seem to set his sails in her direction? Why was it that the only Mallory sister Austen wanted was the one who was ignoring him? Somehow, he'd have to maneuver Moriah's mutiny...and make her his first mate forever. View more info

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By: Binchy, Maeve

Price: $4.00

Publisher: US, Dell: 1989

Edition: 14th

Seller ID: PGB779

ISBN: 0440213886

Condition: Used - Acceptable

pp 496 mass market paperback in good condition; creased spine with some rubbing; clean pages; very light edgewear // "It was sometimes called the echo cave, and if you shouted your question loud enough in the right direction, you got an answer instead of an echo..." Clare and David--divided as children by a rigid social code that branded her as shanty Irish and him as gentry...brought together as adults by a desire that knew no class, no barriers, only the urgent hunger of two people destined to love--and ready to defy a world determined to keep them apart. Even at fifteen, David Powe... View more info

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The Glassblower of Murano

By: Fiorato, Marina

Price: $4.00

Publisher: US, St. Martin's Griffin: 2011

Edition: 2nd

Seller ID: PGB813

ISBN: 1250000505

Condition: Used - Good

pp 348 paperback in good condition; clean pages; uncreased spine; some edgewear; rubbing along base of spine // Venice, 1681. Glassblowing is the lifeblood of the Republic, and Venetian mirrors are more precious than gold. Jealously guarded by the murderous Council of Ten, the glassblowers of Murano are virtually imprisoned on their island in the lagoon. But the greatest of the artists, Corradino Manin, sells his methods and his soul to the Sun King, Louis XIV of France, to protect his secret daughter. In the present day his descendant, Leonora Manin, leaves an unhappy life in London to begin... View more info

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A World Full of Strangers

By: Freeman, Cynthia

Price: $4.00

Publisher: USA, Bantam: 1976

Edition: 2nd

Seller ID: PGB746

ISBN: 0553026100

Condition: Used - Acceptable

pp 629 Mass market paperback in acceptable condition; clean pages; creased spine-small nick at the top; edgewear; light bend to front cover // David Reid, born Rezinetsky, advances from New York's Lower East Side to San Francisco, where his success and power are countered by his wife's memoirs of an ancient faith and modern suffering and his son's need for his true legacy. From the ghettos of New York to the glittering hills of San Francisco, this is the tempestuous novel of a family you'll never forget. View more info