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July, July

By: O'Brien, Tim

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Boston/New York, Houghton Mifflin: 2002

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 5897

ISBN: 0618039694

Condition: Fine


This copy has been SIGNED by Tim O'Brien on the title page. "July, July" tells the heart-rending and often hilarious story of a group of men and women who came into adulthood at a moment when American ideals and innocence began to fade. View more info

In The Lake of the Woods

By: O'Brien, Tim

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Boston/New York, Houghton Mifflin: 1994

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 4125

ISBN: 0395488893

Condition: Fine


This copy has been SIGNED by Tim O'Brien on the title page. What happens when the secret you've hidden from everyone, even yourself, finally breaks out? As Tim O'Brien tells the story of a marriage built on deceit, he vividly illuminates the shifting, sometimes terrifying shape of the human heart. This title received the James Fenimore Cooper Prize from the Society of American Historians. View more info

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TomCat In Love

By: O'Brien, Tim

Price: $40.00

Publisher: NY, Broadway Books: 1998

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 4126

ISBN: 0767902025

Condition: Fine


This copy has been SIGNED by Tim O'Brien on the title page. A wildly funny, brilliantly inventive novel about a man torn between two obsessions: the deperate need to win back his former wife and a craving to test his erotic charms on every woman he meets. View more info

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Going After Cacciato

By: O'Brien, Tim

Price: $250.00

Publisher: London, Jonathan Cape: 1978

Edition: First U.K. Edition/First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 4129

ISBN: 0224016261

Condition: Fine


First Edition/First Printing. SIGNED by the Author on the Title Page. Winner of the National Book Award in 1979 - it was the unanimous choice of the judges: "His landscapes have the breadh and scope of Tolstoy's, and the essential American wonder and innocence of his vision derserves to stand beside that of Stephen Crane." No other novelist has captured the experience of the Vietnam War in a narrative as compelling or as boldly strange as in this work. In Publish... View more info

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The Nuclear Age

By: O'Brien, Tim

Price: $65.00

Publisher: NY, Knopf: 1985

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 4130

ISBN: 039454286X

Condition: Fine


This copy has been SIGNED by Tim O'Brien on the title page. Writing with sharp, richly expressive language, an edgy dark humor and complete honesty, and a rawness of nerve and energy. Tim O'Brien gives us a powerful novel about growing up as a child of anxiety - the big anxiety, the one that's been with us since the fifties, when we finally realized that Einstein's theories translated into Russian. View more info

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Going After Cacciato

By: O'Brien, Tim

Price: $50.00

Publisher: New York, NY, Delta/seymour Lawrence: 1979

Edition: First US Paperback Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 6713

ISBN: 0440530490

Condition: Fine


This copy of the first Delta Trade Paperback Edition has been SIGNED by Tim O'Brien on the title page! Harper's has said "Tim O'Brien is a son of vietnam. He was there; he remembers; he has a story of the dead to tell, and his voice is a skilled one. "Going After Cacciato" is a forceful and troubling novel, a portrayal of the special horror, despair, madness, and brutality of America's involvement in Indochina." View more info

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Tim O'Brien

By: O'Brien, Tim [Tobey C. Herzog]

Price: $135.00

Publisher: New York, NY, Twayne Publishers: 1997

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: SIGNED By Subject

Seller ID: 5899

ISBN: 080577825X

Condition: Fine


This copy has been SIGNED by Tim O'Brien on the title page. This is one of the volumes in the highly regarded Twayne's United States Authors Series. Herzog brings his distinct understanding of O'Brien's work to this study, examinging each of O'Brien's book-length works in depth. The book is framed around Herzog's two-day interview with his subject during which they discussed O'Brien's concept of storytelling, his use of his own life in his work, and his goals as a writer... View more info