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1 Fletcher, Inglis Bennett's Welcome
Indianapolis Bobbs-Merrill Company 1950 Limited Edition Cloth Very Good- in Fair dust jacket 

Signed by Author
451 pp. The Cavalier Limited Edition (a first edition) signed by the author. Dark blue boards with gold lettering. Spine somewhat slanted, small spot on front board. Front and back pastedowns show the James and York Rivers at the Chesapeake Bay with the five main characters of the book: Nicholas, Bennett, Kathryn, Richard and Sibyl. PO name on free endpaper, DJ in protective Brodart plastic wrap. DJ has 4" tear at back of spine, chipping along edges, and some small tear mended with tape. Text is clean and unmarked.

"This is Inglis Fletcher's sixth Carolina novel and with it her large design becomes apparent. In the seven book series which began with Raleigh's Eden and now includes Men of Albemarle, Lusty Wind for Carolina, Toil of the Brave and Roanoke Hundred, she has purposed to tell the story of the 200 years' history of the colony and nascent state, from first settlement to North Carolina's ratification of the Constitution." This novel begins in August of 1651 and encompasses the impact that the Cromwellian period in England had on the New World.; 7" - 9" Tall; Signed by Author
005727 
Price: 25.00 USD

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2 Fletcher, Inglis Bennett's Welcome
Indianapolis Bobbs-Merrill Company 1950 First Edition Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 


451 pp. This is a first edition (stated) that has been rebound by the library in orange patterned boards. Ex-library, of course, with the usual stamps markings, and pocket residue. Boards show a little shelf wear and a sunned spine. Interior is a bit tanned, but text is clean and unmarked. A good reading copy.

"This is Inglis Fletcher's sixth Carolina novel and with it her large design becomes apparent. In the seven book series which began with Raleigh's Eden and now includes Men of Albemarle, Lusty Wind for Carolina, Toil of the Brave and Roanoke Hundred, she has purposed to tell the story of the 200 years' history of the colony and nascent state, from first settlement to North Carolina's ratification of the Constitution." This novel begins in August of 1651 and encompasses the impact that the Cromwellian period in England had on the New World.; Ex-Library; 7" - 9" Tall
006995 
Price: 14.75 USD

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3 Fletcher, Inglis Lusty Wind for Carolina
Philadelphia The Blakiston Company 1945 Reprint Edition Hardcover Good in Fair dust jacket 


470 pp. Brown boards with dark brown lettering. Scuff mark at top of spine, edgewear at bottom, corners a little bumped, 1/4" chips at top of spine. DJ in protective Brodart plastic wrap. DJ has shallow chips at spine and flap ends, edgewear along ends, flaps and spine, starting to detach at front of spine. Text is clean and unmarked.

"Three streams of action interweave as through colorful scene after colorful scene the full river of the narrative rolls on. There is the struggle of Robert Fountaine's colony against loneliness, against the terror of the deep forest , against the hidden secret voices of dark swamps, against pirate attack and Indian raid. There is the stormy love story of Gabrielle Fountaine and David Moray, and the dangerous romance of gay 'Mary Lepel' and 'Michael Cary'. And there is the epic combat of outraged trade with the swarming pirate crews."; 7" - 9" Tall
005720 
Price: 7.95 USD

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4 Fletcher, Inglis Lusty Wind for Carolina
Philadelphia Bobbs-Merrill Company 1944 Limited Edition Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 

Signed by Author
509 pp. Blue cloth boards with rubbed gold lettering. Some edgewear, corners bumped and worn, dent at top edge, PO name inside. Stated limited edition -- Clarendon Edition. Signed by author on limitation page. Text is clean and unmarked.

"Three streams of action interweave as through colorful scene after colorful scene the full river of the narrative rolls on. There is the struggle of Robert Fountaine's colony against loneliness, against the terror of the deep forest , against the hidden secret voices of dark swamps, against pirate attack and Indian raid. There is the stormy love story of Gabrielle Fountaine and David Moray, and the dangerous romance of gay 'Mary Lepel' and 'Michael Cary'. And there is the epic combat of outraged trade with the swarming pirate crews."; 7" - 9" Tall; Signed by Author
006191 
Price: 35.00 USD

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5 Fletcher, Inglis Queen's Gift
Indianapolis Bobbs-Merrill Company 1952 Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hardcover Very Good in Good+ dust jacket 


384 pp. Blue boards with purple lettering along spine. Corners very slightly bumped with minor edgewear. DJ in protective Brodart cover. DJ has shallow chipping at spine and flap ends, with minor edgewear. Text is clean and unmarked.

"This is the seventh novel in Inglis Fletcher's celebrated Carolina series, and the keystone volume in her large design to compass in story the 200 years history of North Carolina from first settlement to ratification of the Constitution. The year is 1788 and Albemarle folk who have been united in war are divided in peace. A Constitution has been shaped in Philadelphia. Friend stands against friend in the bitter dissension over whether North Carolina shall ratify it and join the new union of the states. Leaders like brilliant, farsighted James Iredell and staunch Governor Sam Johnston use all their eloquence and prestige to persuade fellow citizens of the advantage in strong central government. As in 'Raleigh's Eden,' the principal characters are Adam and Mary Rutledge. Mary's strong conviction that the Constitution will safeguard all she holds dear. . . is opposed to Adam's belief that the new plan of government ignores the rights of men. His vote at the Hillsborough convention could estrange him from Mary."; 7" - 9" Tall
005721 
Price: 7.95 USD

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6 Fletcher, Inglis Queen's Gift
New York Bantam Books 1973 Mass Market Paperback Good 


496 pp. Spine somewhat creased and slanted, corners bumped or creased, minor edge wear and darkening, a few pages with small dent to leading edge. Some yellowing but text is clean and unmarked. A solid reading copy.

"This is the seventh novel in Inglis Fletcher's celebrated Carolina series, and the keystone volume in her large design to compass in story the 200 years history of North Carolina from first settlement to ratification of the Constitution. The year is 1788 and Albemarle folk who have been united in war are divided in peace. A Constitution has been shaped in Philadelphia. Friend stands against friend in the bitter dissension over whether North Carolina shall ratify it and join the new union of the states. Leaders like brilliant, farsighted James Iredell and staunch Governor Sam Johnston use all their eloquence and prestige to persuade fellow citizens of the advantage in strong central government. As in 'Raleigh's Eden,' the principal characters are Adam and Mary Rutledge. Mary's strong conviction that the Constitution will safeguard all she holds dear. . . is opposed to Adam's belief that the new plan of government ignores the rights of men. His vote at the Hillsborough convention could estrange him from Mary."; 6" - 7" Tall
006992 
Price: 3.95 USD

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7 Fletcher, Inglis The Scotswoman
New York Bantam Books 1974 Mass Market Paperback Good 


532 pp, spine somewhat creased and slanted, corners creased, minor edge wear and darkening, a little creasing to front cover. Some yellowing but text is clean and unmarked. A good reading copy.

"They came as refugees through an arduous journey marked by private passions and political power struggles - only to find new hardships in a young land.
"Eighth in a prize-winning series about the early days of North Carolina, this is the story of the remarkable Flora MacDonald, a woman whose talents enabled her and those she loved to survive amidst rebellious strife in Scotland and revolution in a new land. "; 6" - 7" Tall
006994 
Price: 4.25 USD

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8 Fletcher, Inglis Toil of the Brave
New York Bantam Books 1971 Mass Market Paperback Good 


548 pp, spine somewhat creased and slanted, corners bumped, a little edge wear and rubbing, reading crease and a little creasing to front cover. Some yellowing but text is clean and unmarked. A solid copy.

Sixth novel in Inglis Fletcher's 'Carolinas' series.
"1779. Family against family. The powerful proprietors of the Albemarle estates in the Carolinas are bitterly divided as Washington rights the greatest revolution in history. Reflected in the mirror of history is the blazing central love story - the impassioned triangle of beautiful Angela Ferrier, desperately, wilfully in love with two men, Anthony Allison, handsome and dangerous British spy, and Captain Peter Huntley dashing staff officer of the Continental Line. These three! Glamorous, youthful, reckless! Dominant figures in the gigantic canvas of old friends and vital new faces that is Toil of the Brave. "; 6" - 7" Tall
006993 
Price: 3.95 USD

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