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1 Barbash, Tom The Last Good Chance
NY Picador USA 2002 0312287968 / 9780312287962 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Fine Signed by Author
This copy has been SIGNED by Tom Barbash on the title page! Publisher's promotional materials laid-in. Lakeland, New York, was once a world of bustling mills, proud residents, and miles of ruggedly beautiful coastline. Now it's another small Northeastern town whose pulse stopped beating years ago, where those with any ambition leave and rarely return. Jonathan Franzen called it ".an ambitious, deftly plotted, multifariously satisfying piece of genuine American realism." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 Barbash, Tom The Last Good Chance
NY Picador USA 2002 0312287968 / 9780312287962 First Edition/First Printing Soft Cover Fine ARC Uncorrected Advance Proof Signed by Author
This Advance Uncorrected Proof copy has been SIGNED by Tom Barbash on the title page! Lakeland, New York, was once a world of bustling mills, proud residents, and miles of ruggedly beautiful coastline. Now it's another small Northeastern town whose pulse stopped beating years ago, where those with any ambition leave and rarely return. Jonathan Franzen called it ".an ambitious, deftly plotted, multifariously satisfying piece of genuine American realism." 
Price: 30.00 USD
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