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The Great Santini by  Pat Conroy - Hardcover - Signed - 1989 - from Mainly Books and

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The Great Santini

by Conroy, Pat

Condition: Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Atlanta, GA: Old New York Book Shop Press. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1989. Hardcover. 0937036005 . Hardcover with dustjacket, this high-quality reprint of the author's first novel is signed by the author on the title page, book is in excellent condition, no remarkable flaws, jacket is also in great shape, two tiny edge-nicks is the only flaw, the original price is present and a professional (removable) mylar cover is included; ; 536 pages; Signed by Author .

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