The coin that meant death - or instant riches! Assisted by the fast legwork of young Harry Vincent and the efficient brain of Claude Fellows, The Shadow solves a series of seemingly unrelated murders and unmasks a ruthless arch villain. First episode of this legendary series.
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Descrizione libro New English Library./NEL., Great Britain, United Kingdom, 1976. Soft Cover. Condizione libro: VERY GOOD Minus. Painted Cover Art (illustratore). First British UK Paperback Edition.. 176 Pages; "It is with the utmost enthusiasm that I here record the deeds and achievements of the most amazing being whom this modern world has come to know. All who believe in law and order; all who favour right and equity will find keen interest in the accomplishments of The Shadow. Master of night, avenger of crime, distributor of justice, The Shadow towers above all others who wage war against evil. This volume contains one of the countless exploits that are found in The Shadow's archives. The Shadow! A strange creature clad in black, with the power to cloud men's minds which he learned in the Orient, and a mocking laugh which is the avenger's chilling note of triumph. The Shadow is one of the most exciting suspense figures of all time." *** This UK British NEL Paperback edition, has a UNIQUE and Completely New & DIFFERENT Painted Cover Art from the USA Editions, and thus is a nice must-have Scarcer VARIANT items for all Shadow Completionists; Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall. Mass Market Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 11502-7
Descrizione libro New English Library, London, 1976. Mass Market Paperback. Condizione libro: Good. NA (illustratore). First British. A solid copy,but with quite a bit of edgewear.The first page,before the title page,may be missing.It is impossible to tell.There is a number on the front cover,and an ink name on the inside of the cover.This edition is not very common,at least on this side of the Atlantic. No. Codice libro della libreria 8215