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Boards are solid, and the spine is square and tight. Previous owner's name written on the inside of the front board. Attractive book with some signs of use. All items guaranteed, and a portion of each sale supports social programs in Los Angeles.
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Hieronymus Bosch: The Man and His Paintings Publisher: Excalibur Books Publication Date: 1980 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Good. 1. Hieronymus Bosch: The Man and His Paintings. Published by Excalibur Books (1980). ISBN 10: 0896730603 ISBN 13: 9780896730601.
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His head thrown back, Nicholas felt the winter sun on his face and smiled . The man for whom he had lost his good name and his peace of mind. Hieronymus Bosch had not perished in 1473. This time, his father and the Church had been duped
His head thrown back, Nicholas felt the winter sun on his face and smiled for the first time in weeks. Choosing the second option, he hadn’t run but had left Heathrow and gone straight to the nearest police station. There he told them everything. I just want you to know that at any time I could change my mind. I could expose you, ruin your life. This time, his father and the Church had been duped. While believing him dead, he had, in fact, been freed. Nicholas liked to believe it was Goossen, his brother, who had helped him, but he would never know the truth.
Most often the man's face will be seen no more. At her address he was told that Mary Snyder had moved away longer than a month before
Most often the man's face will be seen no more. Sometimes he will reappear in Sheboygan or in the wilds of Terre Haute, calling himself one of the synonyms of "Smith," and without memory of events up to a certain time, including his grocer's bill. At her address he was told that Mary Snyder had moved away longer than a month before. No one could tell him her new address. Shamrock Jolnes and his client went to the tenement house where Mary Snyder had lived, and the detective demanded to be shown the room in which she had lived. It had been occupied by no tenant since her disappearance. The room was small, dingy, and poorly furnished.
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