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Lutz, Lisa

Published by Simon & Schuster, New York (2007)

ISBN 10: 1847392237 ISBN 13: 9781847392237

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About this Item: Simon & Schuster, New York, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Simon & Schuster Hardcover Edition. Mylar protected dust jacket. Author's debut novel. "Isabel "Izzy" Spellman, a San Francisco PI who began working for Spellman Investigations at age 12, could easily pass as Buffy or Veronica Mars's wiser but funnier older sister. Izzy digs TV, too, especially Get Smart (an ex-boyfriend's ownership of the complete bootlegged DVD set is his major selling point). Now 28, Izzy thinks she wants out, but elects to take on a cold case while dealing with 14-year-old sister Rae, a nightmarish Nancy Drew, and parents who have no qualms about bugging their children's bedrooms". Seller Inventory # 008049

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Lily Stuart

Published by I M Books, United Kingdom (2014)

ISBN 10: 0992996139 ISBN 13: 9780992996130

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About this Item: I M Books, United Kingdom, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Deadly intrigue with a ton of teenage humour thrown in. Webs is the first book in the Lily S: Teenage Detective series. Sixteen-year-old Lily s policeman Dad is trying to untangle a particularly nasty death and Lily s intrigued. She s even more intrigued when she proves to him it s actually murder. Perhaps she d make a detective too? If only she could work out what would get Dad to dump awful Ange, grovel, and patch things up with Mum. Irritating isn t the word! In retaliation, for awful Ange, Lily s mum resorts to the web for romance - the world-wide-web. Convinced she can get her parents back together, Lily resorts to her own bit of web-weaving to trip up the candidates for replacement daddy. Whilst her school friends are up to their usual tricks; Matt is alternately ignoring and chasing her. Melezz is being the worst best friend, and Jacob is up to no good with his nipple tassel pranks again, Lily s busy sleuthing. The trouble is, whilst Lily thinks she s a clever little spider, weaving clever little traps, one of her prey is smarter still; and deadly. You have got to read this book. It is awesome! I fell in love with Lily, her humor and snarkiness - and her bravery. Sets the bar high for YA Literature. . .stands out from all the others. Interview with the AuthorQ - So, what makes the Webs special? A - Its completely different. And if you re a fan of Veronica Mars, Nancy Drew, Janet Evanovich s books on Stephanie Plum or Meg Cabot s Size 12 books featuring Heather Wells and want more fly-on-the-wall teenage realism than fictional fantasy, you ll love it. The characters are based on real life, and as teenagers are the wittiest, craziest people I know; and the most interesting. Who needs fantasy? Laughter mixed with tricky plot twists and a dark, dark mind waiting quietly to catch Lily in his own web. Q - What order should I read the Lily S: Teenage Detective series books in? A - The series runs in a sequence, with the second book due out this year, but the stories are complete in themselves. To get the most out of them, though, I think the best order to read in is: - Webs - Magpies (out Autumn 2015) - Gone (out Summer 2016) Then you ll get all the gags - including the long-running ones - and all the back stories. Q - So, why should readers give these books a try? A - When I wrote Webs it started out really dark; noir, and I added Lily to create light within the shade. But everyone who read the book before its publication loved Lily so much, in the end she took over, and they loved it even more. But Webs isn t just the first in another teenage detective series. This is Lily s life, loves, fixes and dilemmas as well as her private investigation work. Lily is real; sharp, witty, cool and vulnerable. She s potentially me at sixteen - or you; and the humour will keep you laughing even as you re desperately flipping the pages to find out what happens next. Q - Can readers collect the whole series in one go? A - Hop over to my author page here at Amazon to find out how to be the first in the know, and a full list of my available titles as I also write psychological thrillers and literary fiction under other pen names. And thanks for reading! Lily S: Teenage Detective Series eBook Categories: Want to find more of me? Search under these phrases - Teenage Detective Series - Teenage Thriller Series - Teenage Mystery Series - Teenage Detective Thriller - Young Adult Detective Series - Young Adult Thriller Series - Young Adult Mystery Series Scroll up and grab a copy today. Seller Inventory # APC9780992996130

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Lily Stuart

Published by I M Books, United Kingdom (2014)

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About this Item: I M Books, United Kingdom, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Deadly intrigue with a ton of teenage humour thrown in. Webs is the first book in the Lily S: Teenage Detective series. Sixteen-year-old Lily s policeman Dad is trying to untangle a particularly nasty death and Lily s intrigued. She s even more intrigued when she proves to him it s actually murder. Perhaps she d make a detective too? If only she could work out what would get Dad to dump awful Ange, grovel, and patch things up with Mum. Irritating isn t the word! In retaliation, for awful Ange, Lily s mum resorts to the web for romance - the world-wide-web. Convinced she can get her parents back together, Lily resorts to her own bit of web-weaving to trip up the candidates for replacement daddy. Whilst her school friends are up to their usual tricks; Matt is alternately ignoring and chasing her. Melezz is being the worst best friend, and Jacob is up to no good with his nipple tassel pranks again, Lily s busy sleuthing. The trouble is, whilst Lily thinks she s a clever little spider, weaving clever little traps, one of her prey is smarter still; and deadly. You have got to read this book. It is awesome! I fell in love with Lily, her humor and snarkiness - and her bravery. Sets the bar high for YA Literature. . .stands out from all the others. Interview with the AuthorQ - So, what makes the Webs special? A - Its completely different. And if you re a fan of Veronica Mars, Nancy Drew, Janet Evanovich s books on Stephanie Plum or Meg Cabot s Size 12 books featuring Heather Wells and want more fly-on-the-wall teenage realism than fictional fantasy, you ll love it. The characters are based on real life, and as teenagers are the wittiest, craziest people I know; and the most interesting. Who needs fantasy? Laughter mixed with tricky plot twists and a dark, dark mind waiting quietly to catch Lily in his own web. Q - What order should I read the Lily S: Teenage Detective series books in? A - The series runs in a sequence, with the second book due out this year, but the stories are complete in themselves. To get the most out of them, though, I think the best order to read in is: - Webs - Magpies (out Autumn 2015) - Gone (out Summer 2016) Then you ll get all the gags - including the long-running ones - and all the back stories. Q - So, why should readers give these books a try? A - When I wrote Webs it started out really dark; noir, and I added Lily to create light within the shade. But everyone who read the book before its publication loved Lily so much, in the end she took over, and they loved it even more. But Webs isn t just the first in another teenage detective series. This is Lily s life, loves, fixes and dilemmas as well as her private investigation work. Lily is real; sharp, witty, cool and vulnerable. She s potentially me at sixteen - or you; and the humour will keep you laughing even as you re desperately flipping the pages to find out what happens next. Q - Can readers collect the whole series in one go? A - Hop over to my author page here at Amazon to find out how to be the first in the know, and a full list of my available titles as I also write psychological thrillers and literary fiction under other pen names. And thanks for reading! Lily S: Teenage Detective Series eBook Categories: Want to find more of me? Search under these phrases - Teenage Detective Series - Teenage Thriller Series - Teenage Mystery Series - Teenage Detective Thriller - Young Adult Detective Series - Young Adult Thriller Series - Young Adult Mystery Series Scroll up and grab a copy today. Seller Inventory # APC9780992996130

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Rowe, Robert Campbell, ed.

Published by Acquire Publishing Co., New York (1979)

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About this Item: Acquire Publishing Co., New York, 1979. Soft Cover, Stapled. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Paper Wraps. This is a complete set of five magazines from 1979. One issue has address sticker attached to front panel, the other four have sticker residue. Mild rubbing to spines, else fine; interiors clean and tight with little sign of use. Subjects include Dresden china, art glass (including Tiffany), antique Christmas ornaments, etc. Regular features in each issue include a section on Hummel figurines and profiles of celebrity collectors, including "Nancy Drew" author Carolyn Keene's collection of children's books, and opera star Robert Merrill's collection of cufflinks. Each issue is lavisly illustrated in color. Nice copies of a scarce item. Size: 8 x 12". Seller Inventory # 001769

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Drew McLellan

Published by Apress

ISBN 10: 1590592336 ISBN 13: 9781590592335

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About this Item: Apress. Paperback. Condition: New. 320 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 7.2in. x 0.8in.The Dreamweaver Developers Instant Troubleshooter focuses on the problems common to complex areas of Dreamweaver web development. This book also functions as a grounding and installation reference for additional technologies like PHP, ASP, MySQL, and CSS. Inside the covers of this book, await top-notch solutions to your web development problems. Youll want to keep this tool by your side as you explore and create with Dreamweaver MX, because this complex tool sets possible traps for the unwary. Complexities include new features for building web sites with server-side scripting, standards-compliant code, advanced template features, and Cascading Style Sheets. But this book will steer you away from possible Dreamweaver traps. Each chapter focuses on a particular area of Dreamweaver MX development, and examines likely questionsproviding complete solutions. Whether youre having problems with setting up IIS to test your ASP pages, or you have a CSS quandary that you just cant wrap your brain around, then this is the book for you! This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781590592335

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Keene, Carolyn

Published by Aladdin (2007)

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About this Item: Aladdin, 2007. Paperback. Condition: Very Good Plus. A complete set of this Nancy Drew series in very good plus or better condition. a few have minor corner bumps otherwise fine. Very clean. Numbers 1 to 25 inclusive. Seller Inventory # 2PB25667

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Published by Lucerne Group, CA (1991)

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About this Item: Lucerne Group, CA, 1991. Condition: Near Fine. First edition. Complete set of twelve for the year 1991, Volume One. Quartos. Stapled wrappers. Some spines lightly faded, light dampstain on top edge of front wrapper on issue twelve, still a near fine set. Useful to the collector of these authors: Jack Finney, John McPhee, Shirley Jackson, Anne Tyler, Mari Sandoz, Dorothy B. Hughes, James Lee Burke, James Welch, Edward Abbey, Philip Jose Farmer, Phoebe Atwood Taylor, Nancy Drew. Other topics included in this set are: Children's Books, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Caribbean Writers, Serving Up P.G. Wodehouse, 10 Great Western Novels, 20th Century African American Literature, Hemingway Found, and more. Seller Inventory # 388149

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Nancy Aycock Metz

Published by ABC-CLIO, United States (2002)

ISBN 10: 0313323100 ISBN 13: 9780313323102

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About this Item: ABC-CLIO, United States, 2002. Hardback. Condition: New. New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. If Martin Chuzzlewit (1843-1844) is, as Steven Marcus has claimed, the first novel of Dickens maturity, it is also true, as Robert E. Lougy has observed, that it is a novel to which readers and critics do not quite know how to respond. By examining the overlapping contexts within which Dickens composed this work, The Companion to ^UMartin Chuzzlewit makes original contributions to our understanding of the novel and its complex reception. The notes revise and expand the conventional wisdom regarding the sources for the American chapters, demonstrating that Dickens drew on a much wider field of writings about America than we have traditionally acknowledged. A more complete context provides insight into Dickens composing process, allows us to read more accurately the ideological ground on which he constructed his view of America, and sheds light in the plot anomalies surrounding young Martin s emigration. By reading Martin Chuzzlewit in the light of contemporary professional journals, the notes expose in a more finely nuanced way the contemporary issues that underlay Dickens portrayal of Pecksniff, young Martin, and the architectural scene. They show Dickens working within a set of concerns and controversies well known to his audience. Finally, the notes point to previously unidentified influences on the plot and characters of Martin Chuzzlewit and to the impact of Dickens thinking on a wide range of texts, from the Bridgewater Treaties to the Bible, from popular songs and newspaper advertisements to medical treatises and parliamentary reports. An invaluable research and reference tool for Dickens scholars, students, and readers alike. Seller Inventory # APC9780313323102

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Published by Lucerne Group, CA (1991)

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About this Item: Lucerne Group, CA, 1991. Condition: Near Fine. First edition. Complete set of twelve for the year 1991, Volume One. Quartos. Stapled wrappers. Some issues lightly soiled on rear wrapper, still near fine. Useful to the collector of these authors: Jack Finney, John McPhee, Shirley Jackson, Anne Tyler, Mari Sandoz, Dorothy B. Hughes, James Lee Burke, James Welch, Edward Abbey, Philip Jose Farmer, Phoebe Atwood Taylor, Nancy Drew." Other topics included in this set are: Children's Books, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Caribbean Writers, Serving Up P.G. Wodehouse, 10 Great Western Novels, 20th Century African American Literature, Hemingway Found, and more. Seller Inventory # 268767

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Nancy Aycock Metz

Published by ABC-CLIO, United States (2002)

ISBN 10: 0313323100 ISBN 13: 9780313323102

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About this Item: ABC-CLIO, United States, 2002. Hardback. Condition: New. New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.If Martin Chuzzlewit (1843-1844) is, as Steven Marcus has claimed, the first novel of Dickens maturity, it is also true, as Robert E. Lougy has observed, that it is a novel to which readers and critics do not quite know how to respond. By examining the overlapping contexts within which Dickens composed this work, The Companion to ^UMartin Chuzzlewit makes original contributions to our understanding of the novel and its complex reception. The notes revise and expand the conventional wisdom regarding the sources for the American chapters, demonstrating that Dickens drew on a much wider field of writings about America than we have traditionally acknowledged. A more complete context provides insight into Dickens composing process, allows us to read more accurately the ideological ground on which he constructed his view of America, and sheds light in the plot anomalies surrounding young Martin s emigration. By reading Martin Chuzzlewit in the light of contemporary professional journals, the notes expose in a more finely nuanced way the contemporary issues that underlay Dickens portrayal of Pecksniff, young Martin, and the architectural scene. They show Dickens working within a set of concerns and controversies well known to his audience. Finally, the notes point to previously unidentified influences on the plot and characters of Martin Chuzzlewit and to the impact of Dickens thinking on a wide range of texts, from the Bridgewater Treaties to the Bible, from popular songs and newspaper advertisements to medical treatises and parliamentary reports. An invaluable research and reference tool for Dickens scholars, students, and readers alike. Seller Inventory # APC9780313323102

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Nancy Metz

Published by Greenwood

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About this Item: Greenwood. Hardcover. Condition: New. 576 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.1in. x 1.6in.If Martin Chuzzlewit (1843-1844) is, as Steven Marcus has claimed, the first novel of Dickens maturity, it is also true, as Robert E. Lougy has observed, that it is a novel to which readers and critics do not quite know how to respond. By examining the overlapping contexts within which Dickens composed this work, The Companion to UMartin Chuzzlewit makes original contributions to our understanding of the novel and its complex reception. The notes revise and expand the conventional wisdom regarding the sources for the American chapters, demonstrating that Dickens drew on a much wider field of writings about America than we have traditionally acknowledged. A more complete context provides insight into Dickens composing process, allows us to read more accurately the ideological ground on which he constructed his view of America, and sheds light in the plot anomalies surrounding young Martins emigration. By reading Martin Chuzzlewit in the light of contemporary professional journals, the notes expose in a more finely nuanced way the contemporary issues that underlay Dickens portrayal of Pecksniff, young Martin, and the architectural scene. They show Dickens working within a set of concerns and controversies well known to his audience. Finally, the notes point to previously unidentified influences on the plot and characters of Martin Chuzzlewit and to the impact of Dickens thinking on a wide range of texts, from the Bridgewater TreatieS and Lt;i to the Bible, from popular songs and newspaper advertisements to medical treatises and parliamentary reports. An invaluable research and reference tool for Dickens scholars, students, and readers alike. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 9780313323102

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Keene, Carolyn

Published by Grosset & Dunlap 1421 (1993)

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About this Item: Grosset & Dunlap 1421, 1993. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good to Fine. 56 glossy yellowpicturecover hardcovers in very good to fine condition or better. A beautiful set . This edition is called the Flashlight Edition (flashligght part of the front cover along the top edge). These were published in the 1990's. Seller Inventory # P5559EMS

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Keene, Carolyn

Published by Grosset & Dunlap (2006)

ISBN 10: 0448445867 ISBN 13: 9780448445861

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About this Item: Grosset & Dunlap, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0448445867

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Carolyn Keene

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ISBN 10: 0448805480 ISBN 13: 9780448805481

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About this Item: Grosset & Dunlap, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Reprint. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory # 0448805480

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Keene, Carolyn

Published by Grosset & Dunlap (2006)

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About this Item: Grosset & Dunlap, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Great condition with minimal wear, aging, or shelf wear. Seller Inventory # P020448445867

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Carolyn Keene

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ISBN 10: 0448445867 ISBN 13: 9780448445861

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Keene, Carolyn

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Keene, Carolyn

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About this Item: Grosset & Dunlap, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110448445867

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Keene, Carolyn

Published by Grosset & Dunlap (2006)

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About this Item: Grosset & Dunlap, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Very Good Copy. Seller Inventory # VG-0448445867

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SET ALL 38 NANCY DREW w/DUST JACKETS: Carolyn Keene

About this Item: Grosset & Dunlap, 1961. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. NOTE THERE WILL BE AN ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGE SINCE THIS IS A SET OF 38 BOOKS (AND NOT JUST 1 BOOK). SET OF ALL 38 NANCY DREW MYSTERY STORIES IN THEIR ORIGINAL DUST JACKETS #1 - THE SECRET OF THE OLD CLOCK, #2 THE HIDDEN STAIRCASE, #3 THE BUNGALOW MYSTERY, #4 THE MYSTERY AT LILAC INN (1st printing of Revised DJ art), #5 THE SECRET AT SHADOW RANCH, #6 THE SECRET OF RED GATE FARM, #7 THE CLUE IN THE DIARY, #8 NANCY'S MYSTERIOUS LETTER, #9 THE SIGN OF THE TWISTED CANDLES, #10 THE PASSWORD TO LARKSPUR LANE, #11 THE CLUE OF THE BROKEN LOCKET, #12 THE MESSAGE IN THE HOLLOW OAK, #13 THE MYSTERY OF THE IVORY CHARM, #14 THE WHISPERING STATUE, #15 THE HAUNTED BRIDGE, #16 THE CLUE OF THE TAPPING HEELS, #17 THE MYSTERY OF THE BRASS BOUND TRUNK, #18 THE MYSTERY AT THE MOSS-COVERED MANSION, #19 THE QUEST OF THE MISSING MAP, #20 THE CLUE IN THE JEWEL BOX, #21 THE SECRET IN THE OLD ATTIC, #22 THE CLUE IN THE CRUMBLING WALL, #23 THE MYSTERY OF THE TOLLING BELL, #24 THE CLUE IN THE OLD ALBUM, #25 THE GHOST OF BLACKWOOD HALL, #26 THE CLUE OF THE LEANING CHIMNEY, #27 THE SECRET OF THE WOODEN LADY, #28 THE CLUE OF THE BLACK KEYS, #29 THE MYSTERY AT THE SKI JUMP, #30 THE CLUE IN THE VELVET MASK (DJ lists to itself), #31 THE RINGMASTER'S SECRET, #32 THE SCARLET SLIPPER MYSTERY, #33 THE WITCH TREE SYMBOL, #34 THE HIDDEN WINDOW MYSTERY, #35 THE HAUNTED SHOWBOAT, #36 THE SECRET OF THE GOLDEN PAVILION, #37 THE CLUE IN THE OLD STAGECOACH, #38 THE MYSTERY OF THE FIRE DRAGON by "CAROLYN KEENE" (pen name of Mildred Wirt Benson), published by Grosset & Dunlap, copyright 1930-1961, all of the books have their original 25 chapter text (none of the books have the revised chapter text), orange "silhouette" or blue "silhouette" or "digger" or "multi-picture" illustrated endpapers, 6565 or 7575 or 9595 or 100100 prices on DJ front flap (only 1 are price clipped), blue boards w/dark blue lettering or cloth "tweed" boards, some have the original "white spine" artwork and some have the 2nd or "revised" cover art by Bill Gillies (also referred to as "wraparound" art as the illustration wraps onto the spine as opposed to the original "white spine" cover art). Many of the books are unread with no creased page corners, no missing pages & no missing endpapers or checklists or internal illustrations, the orange top stains or black top stains on the books (used on books published after 1947) are perfect without fading or drop spots on most of the books, no foxing to outer page edge (some books have age darkening/dust soiling to outer page edges), endpapers are clean and free from any tape residue, no tearing or splitting of page block from internal hinges, just a few books have former owner's name/address/book plate (or name/address blacked out) to ffe/backside of ffe, none of the books have checkmarks to internal book lists, no used bookseller stamps/stickers inside, a few of the books have the usual shelf wear rubbing to bottom board edges, almost no wear to board edges (couple of books have wear to corner or spine tips), a few books have page darkening & spine flaking/wear (i.e. WWII era paper & cheap cover stock), #10 & #11 have a bit of moisture exposure to bottom right page corners to first few pages otherwise none of the books have moisture staining to page edges, no soiling or staining to boards of note (except #10), just a couple of books have wear/rubbing spots to boards otherwise no color wear or surface color tears to boards, bumped board corners to just a few books. Original Dust Jackets are all complete with no missing front and/or rear flaps (except #4 which are missing front flap), a few of the dust jackets have significant spine tip/panel chipping/tearing/creasing (#10 & #21 & #25 have significant loss on panels. Seller Inventory # ABE-1499073314802

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SET ALL 41 HARDY BOYS w/ORIGINAL DUST: Franklin Dixon

About this Item: Grosset & Dunlap, 1961. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. NOTE - THERE WILL BE AN ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGE SINCE THIS IS A SET OF 41 BOOKS (AND NOT JUST 1 BOOK). SET OF ALL 41 HARDY BOYS MYSTERY STORIES IN THEIR ORIGINAL DUST JACKETS #1 - THE TOWER TREASURE, #2 THE HOUSE ON THE CLIFF, #3 THE SECRET OF THE OLD MILL, #4 THE MISSING CHUMS, #5 HUNTING FOR HIDDEN GOLD, #6 THE SHORE ROAD MYSTERY, #7 THE SECRET OF THE CAVES, #8 THE MYSTERY OF CABIN ISLAND, #9 THE GREAT AIRPORT MYSTERY, #10 WHAT HAPPENED AT MIDNIGHT, #11 WHILE THE CLOCK TICKED, #12 FOOTPRINTS UNDER THE WINDOW, #13 THE MARK ON THE DOOR, #14 THE HIDDEN HARBOR MYSTERY, #15 THE SINISTER SIGN POST, #16 A FIGURE IN HIDING, #17 THE SECRET WARNING, #18 THE TWISTED CLAW, #19 THE DISAPPEARING FLOOR, #20 THE MYSTERY OF THE FLYING EXPRESS, #21 THE CLUE OF THE BROKEN BLADE, #22 THE FLICKERING TORCH MYSTERY, #23 THE MELTED COINS, #24 THE SHORT-WAVE MYSTERY, #25 THE SECRET PANEL, #26 THE PHANTOM FREIGHTER, #27 THE SECRET OF SKULL MOUNTAIN, #28 THE SIGN OF THE CROOKED ARROW, #29 THE SECRET OF THE LOST TUNNEL, #30 THE WAILING SIREN MYSTERY, #31 THE SECRET OF WILDCAT SWAMP, #32 THE CRISSCROSS SHADOW, #33 THE YELLOW FEATHER MYSTERY, #34 THE HOODED HAWK MYSTERY, #35 THE CLUE IN THE EMBERS, #36 THE SECRET OF PIRATES' HILL, #37 THE GHOST AT SKELETON ROCK, #38 THE MYSTERY AT DEVIL'S PAW, #39 THE MYSTERY OF THE CHINESE JUNK, #40 MYSTERY OF THE DESERT GIANT, & THE HARDY BOY'S DETECTIVE HANDBOOK by "FRANKLIN W. DIXON", published by Grosset & Dunlap, copyright 1927-1961, orange "Gretta" or brown "multi-picture" illustrated endpapers, p.c.j. or 6565 or 7575 or 9595 or 100100 prices on DJ front flap, brown boards or light tan "tweed" cloth boards w/dark brown lettering, some have the original "yellow spine" artwork and some have the 2nd or "revised" cover art by A. O. Scott or Ruby Nappi. Many of the books are unread with no creased page corners, no missing pages (no missing endpapers or checklists or internal illustrations), the black top stains on the books are generally free from fading or drop spots on most of the books, no foxing to outer page edge (some books have age darkening/dust soiling to outer page edges), endpapers are clean and free from any tape residue, no tearing or splitting of page block from internal hinges, just 7 of the books have former owner's names/partial bookplate/tiny gift inscription on ffe/pre-title/title page, 1 book has checkmarks to internal book list inside, no used bookseller stamps/stickers inside, no evidence of moisture staining to any page edges, a few of the books have the usual shelf wear rubbing to bottom board edges, almost no wear to board edges (a few of books have wear to board corners and/or spine tips or to left/right on spine), a few books have page darkening (i.e. WWII era paper), no soiling or staining to boards of note (#15 has a bit of staining to bottom edge on front board), just a couple of books have wear spots or surface color tears to boards, bumped board corners to just a few books. Original Dust Jackets are all complete with no missing front and/or rear flaps, just a few of the dust jackets have significant spine tip/panel chipping/tearing/creasing (#20 & #34 have significant chipping at bottom of spine, #25 has significant chipping/scotch tape to spine/front panel), #20 has scotch tape residue on rear panel otherwise no scotch tape/residue panels or spines, just 3 DJs have checkmarks/owner's name on book list on front flap/rear flap list, usual slight wear to spine tips/edge wear/front flap crease wear on some of the DJs, no soiling or staining of significant note to any of the DJs (a few of DJs have faint (not dark stains) moisture marks to rear panel/flap), no noticeable color rubbing to front panel/spine, no color tears to front panels or spines from removed tape/removed stickers, no foxing to white rear panels on most of the dust jackets, age darkening/dust soiling to right edge on cover on #13, some dust rubbing to white rear panels, only 1 DJ has significant spine sun fading. Seller Inventory # ABE-1526189480216

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Keene, Carolyn

Published by Grosset & Dunlap (2006)

ISBN 10: 0448445867 ISBN 13: 9780448445861

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Carolyn Keene

Published by Grosset & Dunlap (2006)

ISBN 10: 0448445867 ISBN 13: 9780448445861

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