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Product Description: Dogs serve us, adore us, entertain us, work for and with us--but most of all they warm our hearts. An homage to our loyal canine companions, this classic collection of stories presents enduring tales penned by an impressive array of authors, with contributions from Albert Payson Terhune, Marshall Saunders, Jack London, Alfred Ollivant, Eleanor Atkinson, Rudyard Kipling, Ouida, Ernest Thompson Seton, Mark Twain, and many others...read more
By Nancy Butler (editor)

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9781493006113 | 1 edition (Lyons Pr, October 7, 2014), cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Dogs serve us, adore us, entertain us, work for and with us--but most of all they warm our hearts.

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Product Description: Lovingly adapted from Jane Austen's most humorous work, Marvel Comics is proud to present literature lover Catherine Morland's quest to be the leading lady of her own great romance. Can real life prove the equal of the Gothic novels she finds so enchanting? Can Catherine find true love amid the fictions of others and her own wild imagination? And what dread secrets lie in wait in Northanger Abbey itself? Award-winning author Nancy Butler continues her quest to reinvent Jane Austen's Regency world in the Mighty Marvel Manner...read more
By Nancy Butler, Nick Filardi (illustrator) and Janet K. Lee (illustrator)

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9780785164401 | Marvel Enterprises, October 24, 2012, cover price $14.99 | About this edition: Lovingly adapted from Jane Austen's most humorous work, Marvel Comics is proud to present literature lover Catherine Morland's quest to be the leading lady of her own great romance.

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Product Description: It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife... Tailored from the adored Jane Austen classic, Marvel Comics is proud to present Pride & Prejudice! Two-time Rita Award-Winner Nancy Butler and fan-favorite Hugo Petras faithfully adapt the whimsical tale of Lizzy Bennet and her loveable-if-eccentric family, as they navigate through tricky British social circles...read more

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9780785139157 | Marvel Enterprises, October 28, 2009, cover price $19.99 | About this edition: It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.

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An anthology of original Christmas Regency novellas celebrates the holiday season with works by such renowned authors as Barbara Metzger, Edith Layton, Andrea Pickens, Nancy Butler, and Gayle Buck. Original.

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9780451216816 | Signet, October 4, 2005, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: An anthology of original Christmas Regency novellas celebrates the holiday season with works by such renowned authors as Barbara Metzger, Edith Layton, Andrea Pickens, Nancy Butler, and Gayle Buck.

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A collection of timeless tales of love offers a wide-variety of stories both humorous and heartwarming, from some of the most celebrated authors in history, including Jane Austen, Taylor Caldwell, Georgette Heyer, Raphael Sabatini, and Anton Chekhov, among others.
By Nancy Butler (editor)

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9781592282548 | Lyons Pr, January 1, 2005, cover price $22.95 | About this edition: A collection of timeless tales of love offers a wide-variety of stories both humorous and heartwarming, from some of the most celebrated authors in history, including Jane Austen, Taylor Caldwell, Georgette Heyer, Raphael Sabatini, and Anton Chekhov, among others.

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While on the way to her new post as governess, Miss Sara Cobb finds herself drawn to fellow traveler Grenville Martyn who is plagued by scandalous rumors, but when she reaches her destination, her belief in his innocence is sorely tested. Original.

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9780451213532 | Signet, November 4, 2004, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: While on the way to her new post as governess, Miss Sara Cobb finds herself drawn to fellow traveler Grenville Martyn who is plagued by scandalous rumors, but when she reaches her destination, her belief in his innocence is sorely tested.

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Literature's most memorable dogs are featured in this collection of enduring tales penned by authors including Jack London, Eleanor Atkinson, Ouida, Ernest Thompson Seton, Mark Twain, Albert Payson Terhune, and Rudyard Kipling. Original.
By Nancy Butler (editor)

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9781592284573 | Lyons Pr, October 1, 2004, cover price $9.95 | About this edition: Literature's most memorable dogs are featured in this collection of enduring tales penned by authors including Jack London, Eleanor Atkinson, Ouida, Ernest Thompson Seton, Mark Twain, Albert Payson Terhune, and Rudyard Kipling.

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When a case of mistaken identity causes her to be kidnapped by notorious pirate Black Collum, a.k.a. Gulliver MacGuigan, in an act of revenge, Miss Maggie Bonner must set the record straight while succumbing to love on the high seas. Original.

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9780451211750 | Signet, May 1, 2004, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: When a case of mistaken identity causes her to be kidnapped by notorious pirate Black Collum, a.

Forced to take Miss Lydia Peartree, a frivolous socialite, on a voyage meant for his students, Captain Matthew Frobisher, who trains young men in the ways of espionage, revises his opinon of Lydia when her courage and tenacity is revealed during a brutal storm that leaves them shipwrecked. Original.

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9780451211811 | Signet, March 1, 2004, cover price $5.99 | About this edition: Forced to take Miss Lydia Peartree, a frivolous socialite, on a voyage meant for his students, Captain Matthew Frobisher, who trains young men in the ways of espionage, revises his opinon of Lydia when her courage and tenacity is revealed during a brutal storm that leaves them shipwrecked.

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An entertaining compilation of words of wisdom, observations, and quotations on the many faces of love features more than five hundred unforgettable entries from Jane Austen, O. Henry, Matt Groening, Napoleon Bonaparte, Cher, Sidney Poitier, Amy Tan, Gloria Steinem, Lord Byron, Kahlil Gibran, Saul Bellow, Washington Iriving, and others.
By Nancy Butler (editor)

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9781592280094 | Lyons Pr, January 1, 2004, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: An entertaining compilation of words of wisdom, observations, and quotations on the many faces of love features more than five hundred unforgettable entries from Jane Austen, O.

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Arriving at General Sir Jan Palfry's country estate to write his memoirs, Morgan Pearce finds himself powerfully attracted to Miranda Runyan, a proud beauty recovering from a devastating carriage accident, and vows to heal both her body and soul with his love. Original.

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9780451209009 | Signet, May 1, 2003, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: Arriving at General Sir Jan Palfry's country estate to write his memoirs, Morgan Pearce finds himself powerfully attracted to Miranda Runyan, a proud beauty recovering from a devastating carriage accident, and vows to heal both her body and soul with his love.

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With the intention of luring the wealthy aristocrat into marriage, destitute widow Ursula Roarke agrees to sell her late husband's bloodstock to the Duke of Ardsley, but handsome sheepherder William Ridd could throw a wrench into her plans.

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9780451206794 | Signet, August 1, 2002, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: With the intention of luring the wealthy aristocrat into marriage, destitute widow Ursula Roarke agrees to sell her late husband's bloodstock to the Duke of Ardsley, but handsome sheepherder William Ridd could throw a wrench into her plans.

Five award-winning Regency authors celebrate the magic of the holiday season in an anthology of Christmas stories that includes Nancy Butler's 'The Merry Wanderer,' 'The Wexford Canal' by Emma Jensen, 'High Spirits by Edith Layton, Barbara Metzger's 'The Christmas Curse,' and 'A Gathering of Gifts' by Andrea Pickens. Reissue.

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9780451204387 | Signet, October 1, 2001, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: Five award-winning Regency authors celebrate the magic of the holiday season in an anthology of Christmas stories that includes Nancy Butler's 'The Merry Wanderer,' 'The Wexford Canal' by Emma Jensen, 'High Spirits by Edith Layton, Barbara Metzger's 'The Christmas Curse,' and 'A Gathering of Gifts' by Andrea Pickens.

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Lord Rockleigh, London's most notorious rake, and newspaper reporter Mercy Tatlock embark on a devious and passionate battle of wits after Rockleigh threatens to file a libel suit against Mercy's father, the editor of The Tiptree Trumpet, after he writes a scathing editorial. Original.

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9780451204226 | Signet, September 1, 2001, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: Lord Rockleigh, London's most notorious rake, and newspaper reporter Mercy Tatlock embark on a devious and passionate battle of wits after Rockleigh threatens to file a libel suit against Mercy's father, the editor of The Tiptree Trumpet, after he writes a scathing editorial.

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Overhearing plans to kidnap the daughter of his former employer, MacHeath, a poverty-stricken, ex-sea captain, disguises himself as a highwayman to abduct Alexa Prescott before she can fall prey to a vicious gang of ruffians. Original.

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9780451201720 | Signet, November 1, 2000, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: Overhearing plans to kidnap the daughter of his former employer, MacHeath, a poverty-stricken, ex-sea captain, disguises himself as a highwayman to abduct Alexa Prescott before she can fall prey to a vicious gang of ruffians.

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A quintet of holiday romances, all set on Christmas Eve, features the contributions of five award-winning Regency romance authors--Nancy Butler, Diane Farr, Allison Lane, Edith Layton, and Barbara Metzger. Original.

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9780451201676 | Signet, October 1, 2000, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: A quintet of holiday romances, all set on Christmas Eve, features the contributions of five award-winning Regency romance authors--Nancy Butler, Diane Farr, Allison Lane, Edith Layton, and Barbara Metzger.

After fleeing from the tyranny of her stepbrother, Lucy Parnell makes a life for herself as a governess, but while on a welldeserved vacation to the Isle of Man, she will meet a man she could entrust her greatest secret to. Original.

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9780451199751 | Signet, March 1, 2000, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: After fleeing from the tyranny of her stepbrother, Lucy Parnell makes a life for herself as a governess, but while on a welldeserved vacation to the Isle of Man, she will meet a man she could entrust her greatest secret to.

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Abandoned by his mother as a child, raised by a cruel father, and left penniless, a hard-hearted rake sets out to recoup his fortune by a marriage of convenience to a wealthy wife, until a pretty waif, bumbling thieves, and a treacherous journey transform his life. Original.

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9780451198266 | Signet, August 1, 1999, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: Abandoned by his mother as a child, raised by a cruel father, and left penniless, a hard-hearted rake sets out to recoup his fortune by a marriage of convenience to a wealthy wife, until a pretty waif, bumbling thieves, and a treacherous journey transform his life

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The lovely Lady Jemima Vale becomes caught up in a murder mystery when she accompanies a traumatized young girl, who had witnessed the crime, and her guardian, Beecham Bryce, a notorious libertine, to Bryce's estate and finds herself falling in love. Original.

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9780451197894 | Signet, April 1, 1999, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: The lovely Lady Jemima Vale becomes caught up in a murder mystery when she accompanies a traumatized young girl, who had witnessed the crime, and her guardian, Beecham Bryce, a notorious libertine, to Bryce's estate and finds herself falling in love

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Diana Exeley flees from an arranged betrothal by setting sail down the Thames, arriving at a farflung isle where she meets a mysterious man tending to the river swans, a gentle man of her dreams from whom she hides her past. Original.

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9780451195746 | Signet, September 1, 1998, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: Diana Exeley flees from an arranged betrothal by setting sail down the Thames, arriving at a farflung isle where she meets a mysterious man tending to the river swans, a gentle man of her dreams from whom she hides her past

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When the wealthy Earl of Monteith offers her a gift of her choosing as a reward for rescuing him from kidnappers, Evelynne Marriot's poverty and her tarnished nobility prevent her from seeking her real desire, his heart. Original.

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9780451194701 | Signet, January 1, 1998, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: When the wealthy Earl of Monteith offers her a gift of her choosing as a reward for rescuing him from kidnappers, Evelynne Marriot's poverty and her tarnished nobility prevent her from seeking her real desire, his heart

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Product Description: The Capital Years is being published to celebrate the bicentennial anniversary of the opening of the first parliament of Upper Canada. Nine scholars have contributed to this book, which explores the daily life of the inhabitants during the time period 1792-1796 when the area served as the capital of Upper Canada...read more
By Nancy Butler (editor), Richard Merritt (editor) and Michael Power (editor)

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9781550021493 | Dundurn Pr Ltd, August 1, 1996, cover price $19.99 | About this edition: The Capital Years is being published to celebrate the bicentennial anniversary of the opening of the first parliament of Upper Canada.

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