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Books in G K Hall Large Print Book Series series

  • Murder by the Book

    Rex Stout

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, March 15, 1996)
    Nero Wolfe, the epicurean detective, and his wry and irreverent legman, Archie, team up again to discover why a law office clerk has been murdered for the unlikely offense of submitting a manuscript for publication. With a cryptic quotation from the Bible and a list of names in the dead clerk's pocket as the only clues, Wolfe and Archie take the murderous manuscript to task. "Odd and intriguing. . . . Wolfe and Archie are both in top form." - The New York Times
  • Weep No More, My Lady

    Mary Higgins Clark

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, June 1, 1988)
    At a glamorous spa, beautiful young Elizabeth Longe tries to discover the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of her beloved sister, Leila LaSalle, a successful actress, and finds her life in danger
  • Where the Heart Is

    Billie Letts

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, Nov. 1, 1995)
    Pregnant, overweight, and convinced about her inherent bad luck, Novalee Nation hopes for a new life in a new state with her boyfriend but is dumped along the way in Oklahoma, where she finds her spirit renewed
  • Embraced by the Light

    Betty J. Eadie

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, March 15, 1993)
    Book by Betty J. Eadie
  • Murder at the Vicarage

    Agatha Christie

    Paperback (G K Hall & Co, March 1, 1990)
    St. Mary Mead, a peaceful village where nothing ever happens, livens up considerably when the unpopular magistrate Colonel Protheroe is found dead, and Miss Marple discovers that a number of people wanted him dead
  • Cash: The Autobiography

    Johnny Cash, Patrick Carr

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, March 1, 1998)
    The country singer looks back over his life from his childhood on an Arkansas cotton farm, to his battle with drugs, to his myriad musical successes
  • Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years

    Sarah Delany, A. Elizabeth Delany, Amy Hill Hearth

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, Oct. 1, 1993)
    Two sisters recall their lives together, discussing their success as African-American professional women during the Harlem golden age
  • This Present Darkness

    Frank E. Peretti

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, May 1, 1993)
    Peretti, Frank E.
  • The Professor and the Madman: A Tale of Murder, Insanity, and the Making of the Oxford English Dictionary

    Simon Winchester

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, April 1, 1999)
    The creation of the Oxford English Dictionary began in 1857, took seventy years to complete, drew from tens of thousands of brilliant minds, and organized the sprawling language into 414,825 precise definitions. But hidden within the rituals of its creation is a fascinating and mysterious story - a story of two remarkable men whose strange twenty-year relationship lies at the core of this historic undertaking.
  • The Bourne Supremacy

    Robert Ludlum

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, Feb. 1, 1987)
    A Taiwanese conspiracy to draw mainland China and the West into a conflict brings a high-level State Department call for super-agent Jason Bourne, who, having retired, is drawn back into service by a brutal ploy--the kidnapping of his wife
  • Sophie's Choice

    William Styron

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, April 1, 1993)
    As the fierce lovemaking and fights of Nathan, a paranoiac Jewish intellectual, and Sophie, a Polish-Catholic concentration-camp survivor, intensify, Stingo, a writer who lives below them in a cheap rooming house, becomes more and more involved in their lives
  • James Herriot's Dog Stories

    James Herriot

    Hardcover (G K Hall & Co, June 1, 1987)
    Tells the story of fifty dogs and their unique relationships with their owners