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Caesar's Women

By: McCullough, Colleen

Price: $60.00

Publisher: NY, William Morrow and Company, Inc: 1995

Edition: Stated First Edition. First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 607

ISBN: 068809371X

Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket


Quarter bound in publisher's gray cloth over ivory boards, gilt lettering on spine, maps on endpapers. Illustrated with maps and drawings by the author. "Senator and debtor, general and seducer, orator and would-be world conqueror, Julius Caesar, as depicted in this fourth installment (after Fortune's Favorites) in McCullough's epic re-creation of ancient Rome, is both a force of nature and something of a momma's boy. He worships his sophisticated mother Aurelia, "a fount of experience and a mine of common sense," while dismissing as "not important" his "expensive, id... View more info

The First Man In Rome

By: McCullough, Colleen

Price: $100.00

Publisher: NY, William Morrow & Company: 1990

Edition: Stated First Edition. First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 609

ISBN: 068809368X

Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket


Inscribed by the author on the half-title. Quarter bound in publisher's red cloth over beige boards, gilt lettering on spine, maps on endpapers. Illustrated with drawings and maps by the author. Includes extensive Glossary and a Pronunciation Guide. "The First Man in Rome" is McCullough's first book in her brilliant series on the life of Julius Caesar, "The Masters of Rome." This book focuses on the rise of Lucius Cornelius Sulla, who threatened to end the career, and life, of the young Caesar and Gaius Marius, the victorious general who drove back the invading Gauls and Cae... View more info

THE GRASS CROWN

By: McCullough, Colleen

Price: $80.00

Publisher: NY, William Morrow & Company: 1968

Edition: Stated First Edition. First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 610

ISBN: 0688093698

Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket


Inscribed by the author on the dedication page. Quarter bound in publisher's red cloth over beige boards, gilt lettering on spine, maps on endpapers. Illustrated with drawings and maps by the author. Includes extensive Glossary and a Pronunciation Guide. "The Grass Crown" is McCullough's second book in her brilliant series on the life of Julius Caesar, "The Masters of Rome." "The Grass Crown" sweeps the reader into an irresistibly vivid world of political intrigue, danger, wars, assassinations, devastating upheaval, intricately passionate family alliances and rival... View more info

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THE OCTOBER HORSE A Novel of Caesar and Cleoparta

By: McCullough, Colleen

Price: $30.00

Publisher: NY, Simon & Schuster: 2002

Edition: First Edition Thus. First Printing

Seller ID: 3158

ISBN: 0684853310

Condition: Near Fine in As New dust jacket


Publisher's black cloth over red boards, gilt lettering on spine. Maps on endpapers. Illustrated with B&W portraits and maps by the author. Includes extensive Glossary. This is the sixth volume in Colleen McCullough's massive Roman epic, "The Masters of Rome," a life of Gaius Julius Caesar, covering not only his career, but also the periods immediately before and after Caesar. McCullough's seven books in her "Masters of Rome" series are perhaps the finest historical novels based on Roman history that have ever been produced, and provide the reader with unequalled absorption int... View more info

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THE FIRST MAN IN ROME

By: McCullough, Colleen

Price: $15.00

Publisher: NY, William Morrow & Company: 1990

Edition: Stated First Edition. Third Printing

Seller ID: 4606

ISBN: 068809368X

Condition: Near Fine in Fine dust jacket


Third printing. Quarter bound in publisher's red cloth over beige boards, gilt lettering on spine. Maps on endpapers. 8vo. 896 pp. Includes extensive Glossary and a Pronunciation Guide. Illustrated with maps and B&W drawings by the author. The First Man in Rome is McCullough's first book in her brilliant series on the life of Julius Caesar, The Masters of Rome. This book focuses on the rise of Lucius Cornelius Sulla, who threatened to end the career, and life, of the young Caesar and Gaius Marius, the victorious general who drove back the invading Gauls and Caesar's uncle by marriage. The... View more info

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AN INDECENT OBSESSION

By: McCullough, Colleen

Price: $15.00

Publisher: NY, Harper & Row: 1981

Edition: First Edition Thus. Fifth Printing

Seller ID: 5781

ISBN: 0060149205

Condition: Fine in Very Good dust jacket


Fifth Printing. Publisher's full cream cloth, gilt (bronze) lettering on spine, blind-stamped medallion on cover. "The mental ward of a military hospital on a tropical Indo-Pacific island at the end of World War 11 is the setting for Colleen McCullough's eagerly awaited new novel. Ward X is a self-contained world for its five remaining patients and their nurse, Honour Langtry. Not only is it physically isolated; the type of illness it harbors sets it apart from the rest of the hospital. For Ward X is the "troppo" ward, its inmates soldiers who have broken under the stresses of ju... View more info

THE GRASS CROWN

By: McCullough, Colleen

Price: $20.00

Publisher: NY, William Morrow & Company: 1991

Edition: Stated First Edition. First Printing

Seller ID: 26859

ISBN: 0688093698

Condition: Fine in Good dust jacket


Quarter bound in publisher's red cloth over beige boards, gilt lettering on spine. Maps of ancient Italy on front endpapers and the Roman world on rear endpapers. Illustrated with numerous maps and the author's original portraits of ancient Romans. Includes Author's Note and extensive Glossary. The Grass Crown is McCullough's second book in her brilliant series on the life of Julius Caesar, The Masters of Rome. This volume focuses on the end of the career of Gaius Marius, the victorious general who drove back the invading Gauls and Caesar's uncle by marriage, and the ascendency of Lucius Corne... View more info

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Caesar's Women

By: McCullough, Colleen

Price: $16.00

Publisher: NY, William Morrow and Company, Inc: 1995

Edition: Stated First Edition. First Printing

Seller ID: 25619

ISBN: 068809371X

Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket


Quarter bound in publisher's gray cloth over ivory boards, gilt lettering on spine, maps on endpapers. Illustrated with maps and drawings by the author. "Senator and debtor, general and seducer, orator and would-be world conqueror, Julius Caesar, as depicted in this fourth installment (after Fortune's Favorites) in McCullough's epic re-creation of ancient Rome, is both a force of nature and something of a momma's boy. He worships his sophisticated mother Aurelia, "a fount of experience and a mine of common sense," while dismissing as "not important" his "expensive, id... View more info