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Chicago China Blue, Collins, Michael
1 Collins, Michael Chicago China Blue
PublishAmerica 2003-11-17 141370641X / 9781413706413 Paperback Good 
141370641X 2003 PublishAmerica. Signed and dated by author Michael Collins on the title page. This paperback copy has light wear and creasing to the cover. The text is unmarked and the binding is sturdy. "Discovered to have a photographic memory, seaman Francis Marian assumes command of a U.S. Navy intelligence unit in the Philippines. He meets Shinako, a beautiful young Japanese woman whose innocence has been destroyed by the ambitious Japanese naval officer Seiroku Takamatsu. German spy Werner Breidstein arrives in Manila and soon becomes the nemesis of Francis, as Japan and the United States vie for political mastery of China and the Western Pacific in the years before Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. In the final hours before the attack, Takamatsu is lured by Shinako to Breidstein's seaside villa." 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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An Ancient Evil: The Knight's Tale of Mystery and Murder As He Goes on Pilgrimage from London to Canterbury, Doherty, P. C.
2 Doherty, P. C. An Ancient Evil: The Knight's Tale of Mystery and Murder As He Goes on Pilgrimage from London to Canterbury
St Martins Pr 1995-04-01 031211740X / 9780312117405 1st U.S. ed Hardcover Very Good 
031211740X 1995 St Martins Press, 1st Printing, as indicated on the copyright page. This hardcover copy has light shelf wear and tear along the dustjacket edges. The book itself is in excellent condition. The text is unmarked and the binding is sturdy. "The author of the Hugh Corbett medieval stories (Murder Wears a Cowl) begins a new series based on Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. The pilgrims decide to ease the hardship of their journey with tales told by each of them in turn. The Knight is first off with this story of the Strigoi, a demon who, with his minions, drinks human blood and can be destroyed only by fire. Two centuries earlier, Sir Hugo Mortimer of Oxfordshire, under orders from King William, captured the Strigoi and buried him alive beneath his tower keep. Now, in the Oxford of the 1400s, corpses drained of blood keep turning up." 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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