First Edition Points and Criteria for Eden Close

Year Published: 1989
Author Last Name: Shreve
Author First Name: Anita
Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
Original Price: $17.95
Pages: 265

The first edition of this popular book was published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich in 1989. It was 265 pages long, and the original retail price was $17.95. The first edition can be identified by the following criteria: First edition is stated on the copyright page above full letter line "A B C D E".

Picture of the 1989 first edition dust jacket for Eden Close.
Picture of the 1989 first edition dust jacket for Eden Close.

Identification picture of Eden Close.

Identification picture of Eden Close.

Identification picture of Eden Close.

Identification picture of Eden Close.

Identification picture of Eden Close.



Other first edition points for books by Anita Shreve include: The Weight of Water, The Pilot's Wife, Strange Fits of Passion, Where or When, The Last Time They Met.

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