Former SKID row singer sebastian Bach's autobiography, "18 And Life On. last December, will be released in paperback on November 14.
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Six new paperbacks to check out this week. A RAGE FOR ORDER: THE MIDDLE EAST IN TURMOIL, FROM TAHRIR SQUARE TO ISIS, by Robert F. Worth. (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, $15.
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Paperback row: What’s new in January. by Crystal. for winter – the perfect time to curl up with a good book – we’ve got the scoop on five hot books just out in paperback in January.
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About this Item: Harper & Row Publishers, Inc. / Perennial Library P332, New York, 1974. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. No jacket. 1st edition. Near-fine mass market paperback with a tiny nick to fore-edge of the front wrap. No reading creases. Pages moderately and evenly age-toned. Priced $1.95 to spine.
Paperback Row | New York Time. by admin November 26, 2014 Comments Off on Paperback Row | New York Time. Many countries revel in their victories, but China is driven by the humiliations it has suffered at the hands of foreigners over the past two centuries. Through 11 biographical.
Paperbacks. After the purchase of Harper & Row by News Corporation, HarperCollins launched a new mass market paperback line to complement its existing trade paperback Perennial imprint. It was known as Harper Paperbacks from 1990 to 2000, HarperTorch from 2000 to 2006, and Harper from 2007 to the present.
Fordham Law Professor Zephyr Teachout’s book Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin’s Snuffbox to Citizens United was mentioned in the New York Times. The founding fathers were deeply concerned with the threat corruption posed to their emergent government. teachout, a Fordham law professor, powerfully argues that their commitment to safeguarding against it has been underminedRead More