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1 Browne, N. M. Hunted
0747555192 / 9780747555193; There is a gift note on the inside cover. ; This is a compellingly-told fantasy about two lives running in parallel. The life of a girl named Karen as she lies in a coma, and the life of a fox in an ancient and dark world. They are one and the same spirit. The girl trapped in the fox must uncover some deeply buried secrets and help her human friend Mowl rescue an ancient monarchy and the spirit in Karen must struggle against the enveloping power of a coma. The story takes place in contemporary Britain. ; Small 8vo 7" - 8" tall; 336 pages
Bloomsbury Publishing
Great Britain, 2002, First Trade Paperback Edition; First Trade Paper Edition
Very Good

Price: 13.80 USD
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Without a Summer, Kowal, Mary Robinette
2 Kowal, Mary Robinette Without a Summer
0765334151 / 9780765334152; The author uses the same main characters in this book, Jane and Vincent, who in this book are taking a break from their travels to visit Jane's family at Long Parkmeade. Magic is real in their world, and nothing is quite what it seems. They get a commission from a prominent London family and take Jane's sister, Melody, along. Talk there increasing turns to unemployment of coldmongers and riots in nearby villages by Luddites concerned that their life is becoming untenable. Each passing day makes it harder not to become embroiled in the intrigue. Jane and Vincent quickly realize that they must solve a crisis of national proportions. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 364 pages
New York, 2013, First Edition
New in New dust jacket

Price: 12.88 USD
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3 Stewart, Mary A Walk in Wolf Woods A Tale of Fantasy and Magic
0688036791 / 9780688036799; Magic is the only way to explain how children picknicking in Wolf Wood are sent back into long-ago to rescue a werwolf from his terrible fate (unlike some, this werwolf is very kind). How else but magic could a ruined castle come to life with so much derring-do, so many people, so many flags fluttering from every turret - indeed, so much 14th century eating and drinking! In the end, of course, the wicked enchanter is hideously punished and the lord of the castle and his betrayed friend are reunited; the children come back with an enchanted story to remember always. The jacket has several chips at the spine ends and top corners. There is a splotch of white paint half the size of a dime on the spine. A 1 1/2" x 1/4" piece is missing from the back. All has been repaired as well as possible using archive materials and the jacket is in a protective cover. There is a tiny sticker from the original book store on the bottom back inside cover. ; Duotone Illustrations; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 148 pages
William Morrow and Company
New York, 1980, First Edition
As New in Good dust jacket

Illustrated by Schongut, Emanuel; 
Price: 14.72 USD
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