THE CHILDREN OF THE FIRST MAN by James Alexander Thom Published by Ballentine Books ©1994 Autographed First Edition
THE CHILDREN OF THE FIRST MAN by James Alexander Thom Published by Ballentine Books ©1994 Autographed First Edition
THE CHILDREN OF THE FIRST MAN by James Alexander Thom ©1994 Autographed First Edition
THE CHILDREN OF THE FIRST MAN by James Alexander Thom ©1994 Autographed First Edition
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THE CHILDREN OF THE FIRST MAN by James Alexander Thom ©1994 Autographed First Edition

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THE CHILDREN OF THE FIRST MAN is a novel by James Alexander Thom published by Ballentine Books. The copy is an autographed first edition dated July 1994.

The 547-page hard-cover book is in fine condition. Binding is tight, no edge wear, or staining to cover. Pages are clean and unmarked. The book jacket is also in fine condition with no rips or tears. It appears to be unread.

THE CHILDREN OF FIRST MAN tells the fascinating story of a European people gradually absorbed into the Amerindian culture until their literacy was lost and their Christian religion submerged in the legend of a Welsh Prince named Madoc, the First Man. Sweeping from the blood-soaked castles of medieval Wales to the landmark expedition of Lewis and Clark, from the hushed beauty of virgin wilderness to Mandan villages of domed earthen lodges, THE CHILDREN OF FIRST MAN is a triumph of the storyteller's art.

About the Author: Born in 1933 in Indiana, James Alexander Craig Thom is an American author best know for his works in the Western genre and colonial American history. His books are painstakingly researched and known for their historical accuracy. Thor taught a course in journalism at Indiana University and was a  contributor to The Saturday Evening PostThom married Dark Rain in 1990 and the two have co-authored several historical novels.


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