Rules of Civility by Amor Towles Paperback Book

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Rent Rules of Civility

Author: Amor Towles

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Penguin Audiobooks

Published: Dec 1969

Genre: Fiction - Literary

Retail Price: $39.95

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Unabridged, 9 CDs, 11 1/2 hours

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A sophisticated and entertaining debut novel about an irresistible young woman with outsized dreams.

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