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No Time for an Everyday Woman by  Wenda Wardell Morrone - First Edition; First Printing - 1997 - from E Ridge fine Books and

No Time for an Everyday Woman

by Morrone, Wenda Wardell

Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket

St Martins Pr. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1997. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0312156154 . First Edition. A first Printing, Hardcover; black boards in the original dust jacket. Fine condition In Fine dust jacket with Clear protective cover. Previous owner's name written in ink. " When Senator Fred "Bandit" Colman is assassinated, his mistress, Lorelei Muldoon, discovers that vigilante lawmen, the media, Senator Colman's widow, and an interior decorator moonlighting as a smuggler are all out to get her. A first novel. " ; 312 pp pages .


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