George R.R Martin's Game of Thrones - All 6 for $45 or $10 each. 5 paperback, 1 hardcover:
Games of Thrones
Clash of Kings
Storm of Swords: Steel and Snow
Storm of Swords: Blood and Gold
Feast for Crows
Dance with Dragons
All books in excellent condition
C1950. Classic 19th century novel by the author of "Little Women". Good cond. Obligation free perusal. Pickup or post to buy. See my blog for more books(from $2): www.barnesbooksbinding.blogspot.com.au
C1900. Classic American teen's novel of the 19th century. Rebound in good condition (yellow spots to pages). Embossed green cloth. Publisher: Blackie & son. Several coloured plates. Obligation free perusal. See my blog for more books(from $2): www.barnesbooksbinding.blogspot.com.au
Glossy pictorial softcover, light edgewear to top of rear cover, letter D at top of first page, pages are otherwise unmarked and firmly bound.
363 pages, first edition published by Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc., June 1992. The photograph forms part of the description.
When an old sweetheart from New York came searching for him, Nathaniel King learned that sometimes the deadliest foe could appear to be a trusted friend. And if he wasn't careful, the life he had worked so hard to ...
Pictorial softcover, bookshop stamp at foot of first page, small marks to top compressed page edges, pages are otherwise unmarked and firmly bound.
405 pages, published by HarperCollinsPublishers, 2005. The photograph forms part of the description.
When the President's right hand men foil a plan to assassinate him, Sean Dillon is called upon to trace the would-be killer's history It appears the assassin is British with Muslim connections, and suddenly Dillon is on a trail that leads him ...
THE EVIDENCE EXPOSED
Small glossy pictorial softcover, turning crease to cover, pages are unmarked and firmly bound. 216 pages, first edition published by Hodder and Stoughton, 1999. The photograph forms part of the description.
Contains three tales: "The Evidence Exposed", a course brings together a group of enthusiasts; "I, Richard", Malcolm Cousins has spent years in pursuit of a letter, but will he kill for it?; and "The Surprise of His Life", Douglas Armstrong has his first ...
The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche
Glossy pictorial softcover, pages are unmarked and firmly bound. Includes a black and white frontispiece and a map of the Native American Tribes and Territories in Texas.
595 pages, published by Ballantine Books, 1993. The photograph forms part of the description.
In 1836, when she was nine years old, Cynthia Ann Parker was kidnapped by Comanche Indians. This is the story of how she grew up with them, mastered their ...
SHROUD FOR A NIGHTINGALE
Pictorial softcover in acceptable condition, small green sticker on front cover, spine ends have been reinforced with clear tape, several bookshop stamps, turning creases to cover, toned pages are otherwise unmarked and firmly bound. 323 pages, published by Penguin Books, 1989. The photograph forms part of the description.
The young women of Nightingale House are there to learn to nurse and comfort the suffering. But when one of the students plays patient in a ...