Richard Preston

Richard Preston (born August 5, 1954) is a writer for ''The New Yorker'' and bestselling author who has written books about infectious disease, bioterrorism, redwoods and other subjects, as well as fiction. Whether journalistic or fictional, his writings are based on extensive background research and interviews. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1815
Printed for W. Clarke and Sons

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1816
[s.n.]

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1818
[s.n.]

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1843
s.n

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1806
W. Clarke and Sons

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1813
W. Clarke and Sons

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1819
W. Clarke and Sons

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1820
J. & W.T. Clarke

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1828
O. Halsted

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1794
printed for the author, and sold by W. Clarke and Son, Portugal-Street, Lincoln's-Inn; E. and R. Brooke, Bell-Yard, Temple-Bar; and R. Pheney. Inner-Temple-Gate

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1791
printed for the author, by Messrs. Trewman and Son

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by Preston, Richard
Published 1797
printed for R. Pheney, Inner Temple Lane, Fleet Street

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by Watkins, Charles
Published 1823
Printed by A. Strahan for J. and W.T. Clarke
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by Watkins, Charles
Published 1804
J. Butterworth
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by Watkins, Charles
Published 1819
W. Clark
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