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THE EDGE OF WINTER by  Betty Neels - Paperback - First Harlequin Edition - 1977 - from Mirror Image Book and


by Neels, Betty

Condition: Very Good Plus

Don Mills, ON, Canada: Harlequin Books S.A., 1977. Very hard to find, original printing, paperback romance #2041 by Harlequin Romance, printed February 1977.ondition is very good plus, no creases to spine, hinge crease front cover and upper corner of front cover creased,, former owner's name inside front cover, has some aging to inside of book, pages clean and tight **We have over 100 other titles by this author in stock and give discounts in shipping on additional books shipped in the same package, please contact us for more information**.........WRAPPED IN PLASTIC BAG TO PROTECT CONDITION OF BOOK....Summary - >Araminta went to Holland to nurse a sick relative - and, to her surprise , ran into the disconcerting Doctor Crispin van Sibbelt again. Unfortunately she found him even more difficult to understand in his own country than he had been in hers!. First Harlequin Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good Plus.


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