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The Gates of Ivory by Margaret Drabble
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The Gates of Ivory (1991)

by Margaret Drabble

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I have the 1991 hardcover edition. ( )
  velvetink | Mar 31, 2013 |
14/03/13 - 1 of 19 books for $10 9HAVE READ THE 1993 EDITION by Penguin Books) WHICH WAS 3 stars
  velvetink | Mar 31, 2013 |
intelligent, very well researched, witty and revealing. the characters are so well presented and believable, they almost reminded me of people I know. an excellent read. ( )
  flydodofly | Jun 13, 2011 |
Very well written book, with lots of deep imagery. ( )
  charlie68 | Dec 11, 2010 |
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Liz Headleand receives a package from an old friend containing writing, drawings, and what appear to be finger bones, and soon she is on an adventure, determined to discover what her friend is trying to tell her. Reprint.

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Successful London psychiatrist, Liz Headleland receives a mysterious package from her old friend Stephen Cox which takes her to the chaos and corruption of Southeast Asia.

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