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1 Pringle, Terry A Fine Time to Leave Me: A Novel
Chapel Hill, NC Algonquin Books 1989 0945575165 / 9780945575160 First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Near Fine dust jacket 

Spine slightly slanted, bottom corner of front board crimped, slight edge wear. A tight, attractive copy.

"Commitment, togetherness, another person's needs? Babies? These were the last things on Chris Gray's mind when he came to the rescue of Lori Lynn Conner after she dropped a soft drink bottle and gashed her foot at the supermarket. A quick trip to the hospital, then a date, more dates, an engagement, a wedding - and Chris and Lori begin a marriage that soon has both of them on the defensive. It isn't that they aren't in love, for indeed they are. And it certainly isn't sexual incompatibility - my goodness, no! It's just that marriage involves considerably more than the bedroom, and what it involves has to be learned, usually by trial and error. . . In Chris and Lori Conner Gray, Pringle has fashioned an appealing couple whose problems quickly become the reader's, and whose way of working them out will bring numerous chuckles and even a tear or two."; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
Price: 14.95 USD

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2 Pringle, Terry The Preacher's Boy
Chapel Hill, NC Algonquin Books 1988 0912697776 / 9780912697772 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 

Spine slightly slanted. A tight, attractive copy of the author's first novel.

The "powerful story of a young man for whom being the only son of a Baptist minister in a Texas town poses anguishing problems of self-knowledge. . . In this vivid novel of a father's and a son's love for each other, Terry Pringle probes deeply into the problems and meanings of young manhood, frustrated expectations, and clashing modes of religious and social values and assumptions. Between Michael Page, his mother, and his minister father there are tensions, disappointments, and misunderstandings, and also pride and abiding affection. How they come to understand and accept one another is the key to a memorable story of human frailty and love."; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
Price: 13.50 USD

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