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I will include whichever book below you would like to have with an order from my bookshelf.
The Dead Zone by Stephen King--Hardcover--The Binding has separated from the cover and is split in a couple of places but all pages are still intact and not falling out. There are multiple repairs to the book including the spine being duct-taped and pages taped.
The Iron Marshall by Louis L'Amour--Hardcover (brown, leather-like, with gold lettering)--Possible water damage on a couple of pages; no visible mold. One funny thing, there is a misprint on the page headings; they all spell the word marshall with 1 L when the cover page and introductory pages spell it with 2 Ls.
The Man Who Went Up In Smoke by Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo--Hardcover--The binding is questionable, possibly separating, and one page has some very light food smudges
Watership Down by Richard Adams--Paperback--Writing in the inside cover and 2 small tears on the cover.
The End Of The Road by Tom Bodett--Paperback--First page has a portion missing where the barcode was cut off when the book was discarded from the library. The binding has split in one spot but all the pages are still intact and not falling out.
Emma by F. W. Kenyon--Hardcover--Binding has separated from the cover and the front cover is starting to separate. It was printed around 1955.
What Maisie Knew by Henry James--Paperback--Binding is split in 2 places but all the pages are intact and not falling out.
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