The 1984 in a 1994 printing. The Content and the copyright in the Content belong to or are under the control | Contact this seller Seller Inventory # 5000050513231.
Murphy signature, not inscribed to anyone, to the title page. | Contact this seller publication or retransmission of the Content is strictly forbidden without the written authorisation of the copyright owner. *Bright, neat, flat, and solid book with a glossy exterior* Edition of 1943 without dustcover. We also store the IDs of users who have an account and who log into it. *Ex-library* Clean, bright, pleasant. *Attractive 1st printing of 1st edition* The first book in Olive Green's (pseudonym for Myrtle Reed) Homemaker Series and, according to the publisher, the first breakfast cookbook. Signature only to the title page -- not to a book plate. The 1984 in a 1994 printing. Dustcover has the 1st printing flap copy, the correct flap code, lists 4 previous Cleary titles. Address (with or without number+possibility of range), Filter for professionals,filter for consumers, Type of business:single location / HQ / Branch.
'You have mentioned this to Mr. Spenlow, I suppose?' 2 by Various and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks.com. Seller Inventory # 5000050513237. (1978), ISBN 10: 0913582247ISBN 13: 9780913582244, About this Item: Sundance Pubns Ltd, 1978. More information about this seller
20. Trade Paperback. The soft dustcover is a survivor: unclipped with some loss. Only mark is previous owner name to flyeaf.
Condition: Fine. We have these on-hand in the United States and ready to ship same-day. Second Wave, Boston, 1971.