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Tavern
Tavern

The Tavern by Irving Townsend 1979 HBDJ Santa Barbara

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Fiction & Literature

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Condition:

Very Good

ISBN:

9780891410522

Format:

Hardcover

Publication Year:

1979

Category:

Historical

Author:

Irving Townsend

Edition Description:

Ex-Library

Publisher:

Presido Press

Age Range:

Adult

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Item number:

3766529

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THE TAVERN By Irving Townsend Author of: ON RECORD: The John Hammond Story THE LESS EXPENSIVE SPREAD Ex-Library Book. Copyright: 1979. No Edition stated. Published by Presidio Press. 280 Pages. Book Boards are in Fair condition with some light edge shelf wear. Library page has been removed has several library stamps markings. Pages are Intact Tight with several very light soiling spots. Dustjacket is Intact with some fading light edge shelf wear. From the Flyleaf....... The lure of the West proved irresistible to Salem Trimble, and in 1887 he headed fro the frontier, seeking romance, fortune, and freedom. He founded a tavern in Dos Robles, a small town in Santa Barbara County, California, watched it grow, loved it until it dominated his life and ruined his marriage. The tavern became an integral part of the town's life, sharing secrets of love and death that remained hidden until long after Salem's death. When his grandson, Avery, comes home to Dos Robles, bit by bit the truth comes to light. The tavern, after a grand reopening, again proves a demanding mistress. Avery tries to balance his obligations to the tavern and to the woman who loves him. He resists the tavern's hold, but soon he too, finds himself entangled in its mysteries. A romantic novel steeped the history of California, The Tavern is an intriguing blend of fact and fiction, past and present. The nineteenth century world of stagecoaches and railroads, dance halls and school marms unfolds through Salem's journals and letters, but they are read in the context of Avery's world----freeway-crossed, sophisticated California. Multiple orders add .50 Per Book for combined shipping costs.
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