Orielis' Books

Free U.S. media mail for $35 orders

Quick Search

Browse Catalogs
Children's Books: Vintage
Georgette Heyer
Large Print
Military History
Nora Roberts
Rex Stout
Science Fiction and Fantasy
Romance Novels
U. S. History

Complete Catalog List
Our secure web pages are hosted by Chrislands Inc, who use a Thawte SSL Certificate to ensure secure transmission of your information.
Fully Trusted SSL Certificate

Moore, Brian Listings

If you cannot find what you want on this page, then please use our search feature to search all our listings.

Click on Title to view full description

1 Moore, Brian Lies of Silence
London Arrow 1991 009977920x / 9780099779209 First Arrow Edition Mass Market Paperback Good 

Spine somewhat slanted and creased. some edgewear and bumping. Text is light and clean.

"When the IRA ordered Dillon to park his car in the carpark of the hotel in Belfast, he knew he was planting a bomb that would kill and maim dozens. But the IRA also told him if he didn't do it they would kill his wife."; 6" - 7" Tall
Price: 5.75 USD

Add to Shopping Cart
2 Moore, Brian No Other Life
London Bloomsbury Publishing, Limited 1993 0747514747 / 9780747514749 First Edition Hardcover Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 

A bright, attractive copy.

"Father Paul Michel, a Canadian missionary on the desperately poor Caribbean Island of Ganae, rescues a little black boy from abject poverty and sets him on a road towards a dramatic and dangerous future as a revolutionary Catholic priest and, later, as the first democratically elected leader in a land of dictators and despair. Jeannot, as Father Paul calls him, is young and brilliant, a messianic orator, who bravely urges his black brethren to rise against their oppressors, alarming the Vatican in Rome, and making deadly enemies of the cynical Ganaen bishops, the selfish mulatto rich, and the ruling military junta. Is he a saint or a rabble-rouser? Even Father Paul, who tells this story, is unsure of Jeannot's true motives. His enemies will stop at nothing --- assassinations, arson, brutal repression --- to destroy him. In this moving novel of post-communist turmoil in one of the forgotten places of this earth, immortal souls are weighed against mortal misery in a superbly crafted drama which is Brian Moore at his most gripping and profound."; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
Price: 12.00 USD

Add to Shopping Cart
3 Moore, Brian The Feast of Lupercal
Boston Little, Brown, and Company 1957 First Edition Hardcover Good+ in Fair dust jacket 

Spine has 1/2" at top center, corners bumped, a little edge wear/soiling, some sunning to spine. 'First edition' penciled on ffep. Jacket shows a fair amount of creasing and general wear. A 2" chip at top of spine has torn off and is laid in. Some other chipping/tears, primarily along leading edge. Text block is clean, unmarked, and fairly tight.

"Diarmuid Devine was a guilty prisoner of his own emotions and yearnings. At 37, settled in his ways, painfully shy and inhibited, he met a young girl who seemed to like him. Una Clarke, niece of a fellow instructor at a Catholic boys' school in Belfast, was warm, honest, and impulsive. But hadn't Dev heard that she was a Protestant, 'fast,' that she had been involved with a married man in Dublin? Yet Dev felt a door had opened for him." "A profoundly moving narrative of human love and human inadequacy."; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
Price: 35.00 USD

Add to Shopping Cart


Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to orielisbooks@gmail.com
Copyright©2018. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by ChrisLands.com