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  1. San Diego Trolley Business Directory Travel Guides

    San Diego Train Business Directory™ companion guide provides locations and phone numbers for 'consumer-friendly' companies within a short distance of train stations. All station maps are in order for riders to use on the train. AVAILABLE on AMAZON in Hard Copy and as an eBook... Please Search "Train Business Directory"

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  4. st "Walt Disney's World of Fantasy" by Adrian Bailey

    This heavily colorful illustrated and imaginatively designed book, is packed with rare photographs, sketches and stills. It traces Disney's remarkable career - and the development of the animated cartoon - his ideas, working methods and achievements. 256 pages. A GREAT BUY at this price!!

  5. st 1st Edition: "Silent Spring" by Rachel Carson

    This is the book that changed the perceptions of an age. Showing undisputedly that mankind is not above nature and separate from it, but is interwovwn with it, Rachel Carson created the Ecological Awareness Age, which we are still in and shall always remain. This book "appears" to be the First Edition.Please check the photograph. Because there is no dust jacket, the price has been reduced. 368 pages. Free shipping inside the USA.

  6. st SIGNED 1st Edition: "Vengence" by Leslie Caron

    She first won our hearts in the musical 'An American in Paris'. Roles in such films as 'Lili', 'Gigi', and the 'L-Shaped Room' consolidated her stardom. Now she wins a whole new audence -- for, as this strikingly original collection of stories makes clear, the dazzling screen beauty is also a very gifted writer named Leslie Caron. This is a first edition signed by the great Leslie Caron. 180 pages. Free shipping inside the USA.

  7. st 1st Edition" "The Trial of Lizzie Borden" by Edmund Pearson

    Published in 1937, this is one of the best accounts of the famous murderess, Lizzie Borden. THIS BOOK WAS ALSO OWNED BY SAN DIEGO'S FAMOUS REUBEN H. FLEET, as noted in the front page gift inscription (see photos). A great read and a great conversation piece. Free shipping inside the U.S.

  8. st First Edition "Strategy of Peace" by John F. Kennedy

    This work contains the foreign policy speeches and statements on defense, peace, national security and related domestic issues of John F. Kennedy while he was a Senator.

  9. st First Edition "Cancer Ward" by Alexander Solzhenitsyn

    Cancer Ward (Rakovy Korpus, Russian:Раковый Корпус) is a semi-autobiographical novel by Russian author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, first published in 1967, and banned in the Soviet Union in 1968. The novel tells the story of a small group of cancer patients in Uzbekistan in 1955, in the post-Stalinist Soviet Union. It explores the moral responsibility — symbolized by the patients' malignant tumors — of those implicated in the suffering of their fellow citizens during Stalin's Great Purge, when millions ...

  10. st First Edition "The Gulag Archipelage 1918 - 1956" by Solzhenitsyn

    The Gulag Archipelago (Russian: Архипелаг ГУЛАГ, Arkhipelag GULAG) is a book by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn based on the Soviet forced labor and concentration camp system. The three-volume book is a narrative relying on eyewitness testimony and primary research material, as well as the author's own experiences as a prisoner in a gulag labor camp. Written between 1958 and 1968 (dates given at the end of the book), it was published in the West in 1973, thereafter circulating in samizdat (underground ...

  11. st 1st Edition: "The Gulag Archipelago" by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

    This is the monumental work that awakened the west to the extent of the Soviet police state. This is the first edition. 660 pages.

  12. st 1st Edition: "See You Later Alligator" by William F. Buckley

    "See You Later Alligator" is Buckley's biggest, best novel. Rich in dialogue, debate, daring, ingenuity- and in a mutual attraction with tragic consequences- it includes, among other surprises, an unexpected full-length portrait of the man called Che. Free shipping inside the USA.

  13. st 1st Edition" In Love & War" by Jim & Sybil Stockdale (hardcover)

    This is the Story of a family's ordeal and sacrifice during the Vietnam years. Jim Stockdale won the Congressional Medal of Honor. He died in 2005. Free shipping inside the USA.

  14. st SIGNED: In Love & War" By Jim & Sybil Stockdale

    This compelling story of a Vietnam Medal of Honor Winner and his family was widely praised when the original edition was published in 1984. In this updated edition, Jim and Sybil continue their story. Jim Stockdale died in 2005. Free shipping inside the USA.

  15. st First Edition "Coma" by Robin Cook

    "Coma" is a spine chilling shocker about a crime beyond imagining and the young woman medical student who commits herself to solving it. This book was made into a movie.. First Edition 306 pages.

  16. st "Thrilling Cities" by Ian Flemming

    Thrilling Cities is the title of a collection of non-fiction travel articles by James Bond creator Ian Fleming. The book was published in Great Britain in 1963, followed by an American edition in 1964.[1] The book is a collection of articles Fleming wrote for the London Sunday Times, based on two trips he took between 1959 and 1960 at the behest of Times travel editor Leonard Russell. The book version includes material edited out of the original articles. The book has recently been re-issued by Ian ...

  17. st "Rex: An Autobiography" by Rex Harrison

    Sir Reginald Carey "Rex" Harrison (5 March 1908 – 2 June 1990) was an English actor of stage and screen. Harrison won an Academy Award and two Tony Awards. Harrison was born in Huyton, Lancashire,[1] and educated at Liverpool College.[2] After a bout of childhood measles, Harrison lost most of the sight in his left eye, which on one occasion caused some on-stage difficulty.[3] He first appeared on the stage in 1924 in Liverpool. Harrison's acting career was interrupted during World War II while ...

  18. st Detective Book Club 3 Stories from 1942

    Published in 1942 this volume contains three stories: "The Case of the Drowning Duck" by Erle Stanley Gardner; "Fear Comes to Chalfont" by Freeman Wills Crofts; "Mystery in the Woodshed" by Anthony Gilbert. Highly sought by collectors. Please view all my ads. Thanks.

  19. st "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich Vol. I & II by William Shirer

    This 2 volume set is known as the definitive history of the rise and fall of Adolph Hitler. It is beautifully leatherette bound and a fine addition to any library. 1368 pages.

  20. st "Audrey Hepburn - An Intimate Portrait" by Diana Maychick

    Audrey Hepburn spent a year in conversations with the author, Diana Maycheck, opening up about her childhood, her careers, and the loves of her life. 247 pages.

  21. st "My Father's Daughter" by Tina Sinatra

    This is Frank Sinatra's daughter's memoir of his personal life. The book is in great condition. 313 pages.

  22. st 1st Printing: "Hawaii" by James A. Michener

    Hawaii is not only a truly grreat story, but a notable literary achievement. It is a work of fiction, yet so true to the spirit and the history of the islands that it can properly be called the first major chronicle of the land and tis people- a monumental tribute that will stand indefinitely. This is the FIRST EDITION AND FIRST PRINTING !It has 937 pages.

  23. st 1st. Edition: ""Great Lion of God by Taylor Caldwell

    This is a novel of Saint Paul. "Many novels and books about St. Paul have told in marvelous detail what he did and accomplished in his life and missionary journeys. I am Concerned with what he was, a man like ourselves with our own despairs, doubts, anxieties and angers and intolerances, and 'lusts of the flesh'. I am concerned with the man, the human being, as well as the dauntless saint."

  24. st 1st Edition: "A Pillar of Iron" by Taylor Caldwell

    This is a novel about Cicero and the Rome he tried to save. "Were Cicero alive in the America of today, he would be aghast and appalled."-- TAYLOR CALDWELL. 649 pages.