Cinnabar

By: Oxnam, Robert B.

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This is a story that begins in China in the early 1900's, through the Boxer Revolution, and starts again in the 1980's with the object of the title - a Cinnabar box. It holds a key to Gao Zhenggai's treasures that he hid when he foresaw the revolution. Zhenggai warns that the box holds the power to kill. It falls into the hands of Roger Walden and becomes the center of his life. Will he learn it's meaning and how to gain the key the box holds? The binding has no wear but at the top right area there is a water stain. It can be seen on the inside, with a drop at the top of a few pages at the beginning. The top back shows some of the waterstain as well but only inside. The jacket shows a waterstain at the very top in front. Also on the outside there is an area where there was a sticker; it now looks whitish around the area. The rest of the jacket is fine. 322 pages, no marks or tears. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

Title: Cinnabar

Author: Oxnam, Robert B.

Categories: Family,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Ny, U. S. A., St. Martin's Press: 1990

ISBN: 0312038011

ISBN 13: 9780312038014

Binding: Hardcover, Cloth

Book Condition: Good in Very Good dust jacket

Seller ID: 000887

Keywords: AMERICAN LITERATURE CHINESE FICTION,