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When a Man Marries

By: Rinehart, Mary Roberts

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company: (c.1909)

Edition: Early printing

Seller ID: 17473

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good+ dj


[a lovely copy, minor wear to cloth at spine extremities, light dust-soiling to top edge; jacket is bright and attractive, with a little wear at corners, small tears at a couple of corners, tiny chip at bottom rear corner of spine]. (color frontis. + 2 color plates; line drawings) Rinehart had already made her name with her first two novels, "The Circular Staircase" (1908) and "The Man in Lower Ten" (1909) -- both mysteries -- when her hit Broadway farce "Seven Days" (co-written with Avery Hopwood) opened in November 1909. This novel appeared in bookstores mere weeks l... View more info

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Miss Pinkerton

By: Rinehart, Mary Roberts

Price: $75.00

Publisher: New York, Farrar & Rinehart: (c.1932)

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 18831

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine in Very Good+ dj


[very light soiling to cloth at top and bottom edges of covers; jacket slightly darkened at spine, a couple of tiny edge-nicks, still colorful and attractive]. The first novel featuring Rinehart's nurse-detective character, Hilda Adams, which she had introduced in two short mystery stories published back in 1914. View more info

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"Isn't That Just Like a Man!" [and] "Oh, Well, You Know How Women Are!"

By: Rinehart, Mary Roberts | Cobb, Irvin S.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, George H. Doran Company: (c.1920, c.1919)

Edition: Early printing

Seller ID: 23546

Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good dj


[nice clean copy, light shelfwear, slight bumping to spine ends and a couple of corners; jacket a little edgeworn, one small closed tear and associated creasing]. The "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" of its day, as two prominent authors of the time weigh in (in back-to-back format) on the foibles of their respective opposite sexes. Mrs. Rinehart opines that "as all women know, there are really no men at all. There are grown-up boys, and middle-aged boys, and elderly boys, and even sometimes very old boys. But the essential difference is simply exterior. Your man is alw... View more info