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Time Present, Time Past : A Memoir (signed) - Bradley, Bill (signed)
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2004, ISBN: 9780679444886

Paperback, Hardcover, ID: 623306077

London: Headline Feature. Good; Some heavy reading and cover creases, some shelf and edge wear, . slight grime to front endpaper, small closed tear to rear endpaper. ; Good . reading copy, no names inside. Cover design by David Grogan.. 2000. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 480 pages; ISBN 0747266980. Kathleen, from privileged Newport, Rhode Island; Colleen, from a poor Irish village - two teenagers who are both pregnant, and both in great danger. A private detective named Anne Fitzgerald suddenly has the case of a lifetime - she quickly finds herself caught between the certainty of science and the possibility of a miracle which could stop the terrible medical epidemics now sweeping the globe. Once a nun and now a private detective with a Masters in psychology, Anne's very belief in humanity is put to the ultimate test as she comes face to face with an unimaginable evil. ; 0747266980 ., Headline Feature, 2000, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996. 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Amy Hill (Designer); Jackie Seow (Jacket Design); Bernard Vidal (Author Photo). 332 pp. Solidly bound copy and dj with moderate external wear, crisp pages and clean text. First front-end page is missing. In her thirteenth full-length novel -- her most chillingly suspenseful yet -- Mary Higgins Clark, "America's Queen of Suspense," delivers a tale of brilliantly sustained terror. Set in Newport, Rhode Island, in a world of old money and proud names, Moonlight Becomes You has at its center Maggie Holloway, an independent young woman who has put personal tragedy behind her and become one of the fashion world's most successful photographers. Accompanying her date to a party in Manhattan -- a kind of family reunion for the Moore clan of Newport -- Maggie is reunited with a woman who had once been her stepmother and who remains one of her fondest childhood memories. Nuala Moore is equally thrilled to see Maggie, and the two quickly get beyond old pains and resume their friendship. Nuala, now widowed, invites Maggie to visit her in Newport, and when Maggie readily accepts, Nuala plans a dinner for a group of friends so they can meet her long-lost stepdaughter. But when Maggie arrives, she finds Nuala dead, the victim of an apparently random break-in and robbery. Maggie is heartbroken at the loss and further stunned when she learns that, only days before her death, Nuala had changed her will and left her charming Victorian house to her stepdaughter, the only proviso being that Maggie occasionally visit an old friend, Greta Shipley, who lives in Latham Manor, an elegant retirement home in Newport. It is when she accompanies Mrs. Shipley to the cemetery to visit Nuala's grave, as well as those of other friends Mrs. Shipley has recently lost, that Maggie discovers that something is wrong. Using her skills as a photographer to aid her in uncovering the secrets hidden on the gravesites, she soon realizes that Nuala's death may not have been a random killing at all but rather part of a diabolical plot conceived by a twisted and unfeeling mind. Suddenly it becomes all too apparent to Maggie that Nuala's killer must have been someone she trusted completely. Then, when Greta Shipley dies virtually without warning of supposedly natural causes, Maggie becomes convinced that there is a connection between these two and other recent deaths among the older women of Newport. What Maggie doesn't realize is that she has become a target for the killer as well and that each clue she uncovers brings her closer and closer to a shocking and unimaginable fate. With a sense of swiftly mounting danger, and with the skill and insight into human nature that have made all Mary Higgins Clark's books major bestsellers, Moonlight Becomes You is enthralling suspense., Simon & Schuster, 1996, Harcourt, 2004 Brand-New / Unread condition. Stated First Edition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Price inside dustcover: $23.00 - 262 pages. NO writing, marks or tears. Synopsis "Courtney Eldridge is one of my favorite living short story writers. She has courage and vision like few writers, an amazing ear, and compassion like nobody else at all. When I read her, I feel better about literature and better about the world. Want to know what really makes human beings tick? Throw away everything on your bedside table and read this instead." --Rick Moody, author of DEMONOLOGY and THE ICE STORM "Eldridge is a cartographer of the compulsive mind and the nearly unbearable sorrow that smolders underneath. Her stories are prayers for redemption in a landscape where the banal is grotesque, the sacred profane. A wise and brave work by a remarkable new writer." --Julia Slavin, author of THE WOMAN WHO CUT OFF HER LEG AT THE MAIDSTONE CLUB AND OTHER STORIES "Courtney Eldridge is one of the smartest young writers in America, and she knows how to use knives. There are echoes of Dixon here, and Moody, and Wallace, and maybe even early Carver -- great technical control masking great emotional upheaval. All of these stories, after their meanderings, their circlings and jokes and asides, deliver a measurable catharsis, and it's all the more powerful for how painful -- though that pain is wrapped and rewrapped, hidden and denied -- it was to get there." -- Dave Eggers, author of A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius and You Shall Know Our Velocity "Courtney Eldridge is a striking new voice on the literary horizon. Whenever I find one of her stories in print I know I'm in for trouble--in the best possible way. She's a talent to be reckoned with." -- Frederick Barthelme, author of THE BROTHERS, PAINTED DESERT, THE LAW OFAVERAGES The New York Times - Jeff Turrentine Neurosis is to Eldridge's stories what suburbia was to Cheever's: it's at once context, antagonist and metasubject. Her brilliant trick is to write in a voice so colloquially familiar that we don't automatically classify these crazy people as ''the other'' but rather recognize them as our friends, our family members or even ourselves. Biography COURTNEY ELDRIDGE attended the Rhode Island School of Design. Her stories have been published in McSweeney’s, The Mississippi Review, Nerve, and Salt Hill Journal. She lives in New York.. First Edition. Hard Cover. As New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Harcourt, 2004, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1996. Signed by Bill Bradley on publisher's bookplate (his signature only). Fine condition in a Near Fine dust jacket. The jacket would also be FINE but for a touch of rubbing at the high points. NOT price clipped ($26.00). No chips. No tears. No creases. Bright, shiny, clean, square, and tight. Sharp corners. No owner's name. No remainder mark. Pages are fresh and crisp. No underlining. No highlighting. No margin notes. Bound in the original black boards and red cloth spine, lettered in shiny gold. Index. From the Dust Jacket: "In a memoir at once deeply felt, lively, and astute, Bill Bradley talks about his life, his country, his role in government, and his hopes for the American future. He speaks with affection about his small-town Missouri upbringing and the values shaped by it. He traces his road from childhood to Princeton to Oxford to ten years of professional basketball to public service in the U.S. Senate. And he brings vividly alive the world of a senator -- the rocky road to legislation, the invasiveness of the media, the power of money... He tells us stories of scoundrels and heroes, of celebrated political figures past and present, and unheralded citizens... [It] is a book about life, filled with humor, moral lessons, and empathy for the human condition. Above all, it is a book about America, and in it, Americans will see themselves... Bill Bradley was a three-time basketball All-American at Princeton, an Olympic gold medalist, a Rhodes scholar, and a professional basketball player for ten years with the New York Knicks. Elected to the Senate from New Jersey in 1978. 1984, and 1990..." . Signed by the Author (signature only).. First Edition (so stated). Hardcover. Fine condition/Near Fine dust jacket. Illus. by Carson, Carol Devine (jacket design). 8vo. xvi, 442pp., Alfred A. Knopf, 1996

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1996, ISBN: 9780679444886

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1996. Signed by Bill Bradley on publisher's bookplate (his signature only). Fine condition in a Near Fine dust jacket. The jacket would also be FINE but for a touch of rubbing at the high points. NOT price clipped ($26.00). No chips. No tears. No creases. Bright, shiny, clean, square, and tight. Sharp corners. No owner's name. No remainder mark. Pages are fresh and crisp. No underlining. No highlighting. No margin notes. Bound in the original black boards and red cloth spine, lettered in shiny gold. Index. From the Dust Jacket: "In a memoir at once deeply felt, lively, and astute, Bill Bradley talks about his life, his country, his role in government, and his hopes for the American future. He speaks with affection about his small-town Missouri upbringing and the values shaped by it. He traces his road from childhood to Princeton to Oxford to ten years of professional basketball to public service in the U.S. Senate. And he brings vividly alive the world of a senator -- the rocky road to legislation, the invasiveness of the media, the power of money... He tells us stories of scoundrels and heroes, of celebrated political figures past and present, and unheralded citizens... [It] is a book about life, filled with humor, moral lessons, and empathy for the human condition. Above all, it is a book about America, and in it, Americans will see themselves... Bill Bradley was a three-time basketball All-American at Princeton, an Olympic gold medalist, a Rhodes scholar, and a professional basketball player for ten years with the New York Knicks. Elected to the Senate from New Jersey in 1978. 1984, and 1990..." . Signed by the Author (signature only).. First Edition (so stated). Hardcover. Fine condition/Near Fine dust jacket. Illus. by Carson, Carol Devine (jacket design). 8vo. xvi, 442pp., Alfred A. Knopf, 1996

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1996, ISBN: 9780679444886

Hardcover, ID: 170107864

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1996. Fine condition in bright, shiny Fine Dust Jacket (protected by a removable Brodart sleeve). No chips. No tears. No creases. No underlining. No highlighting. No margin notes. Clean, square, tight, and unmarked. Pages are fresh and crisp, probably never read. INSCRIBED on the title page: "For Mary & Steve Robin[?]. Thanks for all your support. [signed] Bill Bradley." From the Dust Jacket: "In a memoir at once deeply felt, lively, and astute, Bill Bradley talks about his life, his country, his role in government, and his hopes for the American future. He speaks with affection about his small-town Missouri upbringing and the values shaped by it. He traces his road from childhood to Princeton to Oxford to ten years of professional basketball to public service in the U.S. Senate. And he brings vividly alive the world of a senator -- the rocky road to legislation, the invasiveness of the media, the power of money... He tells us stories of scoundrels and heroes, of celebrated political figures past and present, and unheralded citizens... [It] is a book about life, filled with humor, moral lessons, and empathy for the human condition. Above all, it is a book about America, and in it, Americans will see themselves... Bill Bradley was a three-time basketball All-American at Princeton, an Olympic gold medalist, a Rhodes scholar, and a professional basketball player for ten years with the New York Knicks. Elected to the Senate from New Jersey in 1978. 1984, and 1990..." Index. . INSCRIBED / SIGNED by the AUTHOR. First Edition (so stated), first issue.. Hard Cover. Red cloth spine / black boards/DJ Not Price Clipped (26.00). 8vo. xvi, 442pp.., Alfred A. Knopf, 1996

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1996, ISBN: 0679444882

Hardcover, First edition, ID: 18994027163

[EAN: 9780679444886], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Alfred A. Knopf Incorporated, New York, NY, U.S.A.], BRADLEY BILL 1943 BASKETBALL BIOGRAPHY NEW JERSEY UNITED STATES CONGRESS SENATE AUTOBIOGRAPHY GENERAL POLITICAL SPORTS RECREATION SCIENCE, Biography & Autobiography|General, Biography & Autobiography|Political, Sports & Recreation|Basketball, Jacket, First Edition/1st Printing. SIGNED by author on title page: "For Steve, Thanks. Bill Bradley". $26.00 price present on DJ flap. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780679444886
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0679444882
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Publishing year: 1996
Publisher: Knopf

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