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Synonyms for paperback

(of books) having a flexible binding


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Paperbacks from Hell, from genre-bending novelist Grady Hendrix, is a hugely entertaining history of the horror books from those fear-filled times.
Paperback Recycling is now expanding its core services to take advantage of the emerging market for refuse-derived fuel (RDF) in the UK.
Amazon Canada آمازون کانادا Paperback با جلد گلاسه Hardcover با جلد گالینگور
Because most novels with gay themes were refused by hardback publishers, they appeared in these small paperback editions.
Hunt was a prolific writer of paperback spy novels at the same time he was a flesh and blood (with apologies to Austin Powers) "international man of mystery.
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It's an impressive number for any paperback but even more striking for a tome that has sold more than 10 million copies in the U.
The surviving portions of Tacitus' two magisterial works on Roman history, The Annals and The Histories, are available complete in a Modern Library Classics paperback edition.
Sin-A-Rama: Sleaze Sex Paperbacks of the Sixties is a full-color gallery of paperback cover artwork from "sleazy" sex-themed paperback books of the 1960's.
They've published in hardcover, paperback, and e-books; in large print editions and books-on-tape; in novels, graphic novels, comics, cartoons, photographs, and verse; in calendars, parenting guides, quizzes and coloring books, box kits, trading cards, handbooks, guidebooks, readers and lists, both alphabetic and ordered by rank.
The new paperback edition offers a seamless source of professional standards applicable to both non-public and public companies.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-23 October 2002-Finnish competition authority approves paperback cooperation (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
1935: The first Penguin books were published: A train journey inspired the creation of the famous Penguin paperback books.
Mass-market paperback publishing in America got off to a rousing third or fourth start with the debut of Pocket Books in 1939.