First Edition Points and Criteria for Secrets and Surprises

Year Published: 1979
Author Last Name: Beattie
Author First Name: Ann
Publisher: Random House
Original Price: $8.95
Pages: 307

The first edition of this book was published by Random House in 1979. It was 307 pages long, and the original retail price was $8.95. First edition criteria are: FIRST EDITION is stated on the copyright page beneath Random House number line "2 4 6 8 9 7 5 3".

Picture of the 1979 first edition dust jacket for Secrets and Surprises.
Picture of the 1979 first edition dust jacket for Secrets and Surprises.

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Identification picture of Secrets and Surprises.

Identification picture of Secrets and Surprises.

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