By: Barker, Pat
New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons: 1983 (c.1982)
Edition: 1st U.S. edition
Seller ID: 21505
Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dj
[very nice copy, tiny bit of fingertip-smudging on top of text block nearest spine, but no real wear to book itself; jacket shows just minimal surface wear and the faintest bit of soiling]. "Union Street could be any street, anywhere. But in this powerful novel it lies at the heart of a city in the industrial Northeast of England, a wasteland of decaying streets and partly demolished houses. Set in the winter of 1973, a cold winter of unemployment, the year of the coal miners' strike, this is the story of seven women -- and their men -- who lived on that street." The first publishe... View More...