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The Kitchen God’s Wife

By: Tan, Amy

Price: $55.00  $49.50

Publisher: NY, Putnam: 1991

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 1975

Condition: Fine


The highly respected author’s second book — following Joy Luck Club. An unfolding of secrets that takes mother and daughter back to a small island outside Shanghai in the 1920s and throughout China during World War Two, and traces the happy and desperate events that led to the mother’s coming to America in 1949. This copy has been SIGNED on the title page by Amy Tan. View more info

The Moon Lady

By: Tan, Amy

Price: $50.00  $45.00

Publisher: NY, Macmillan: 1992

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author on Half-Title Page

Seller ID: 1976

Condition: Fine


Adapted by Amy Tan from her renowned novel, The Joy Luck Club, The Moon Lady is the first work for children by this critically acclaimed author. Illustrated by Gretchen Schields. This copy has been SIGNED by Amy Tan on the half-title page. View more info

The Hundred Secret Senses

By: Tan, Amy

Price: $40.00  $36.00

Publisher: NY, Putnam: 1995

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author on Half-Title Page

Seller ID: 1978

Condition: Fine


The author uses her characteristic wisdom, grace and humor to conjure a story of the inheritance of love, its secrets and senses, its illusions and truths. Set in San Francisco and in a remote village of southern China, this is a tale of American pragmatism shaken, and soothed, by Chinese ghosts. This copy has been SIGNED by Amy Tan on the half-title page. View more info

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The Joy Luck Club

By: Tan, Amy

Price: $50.00  $45.00

Publisher: London, Heinemann: 1989

Edition: First U.K. Edition/First Printing

Seller ID: 5045

Condition: Fine


An exquisite and magical new work of fiction. "The Joy Luck Club" brings to life two continents and two cultures. Amy Tan's extraordinary first novel brings us the hopes, fears, joys and heartbreak of two generations of Chinese women: four women, who fled from China in the 1940s and the daughters they raised in the New World on America's West Coast. View more info