Titolo: About the Murder of a Man Afraid of Women: A...
Casa editrice: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc, New York & London
Data di pubblicazione: 1937
Legatura: Turquoise Cloth Hardcover
Condizione libro: Very Good
Condizione sovraccoperta: No Jacket
Edizione: Probably First Edition
Tipologia articolo: Mystery/Dectective
293 pgs + the first few pages of a "new mystery, About the Murder of a Startled Lady." New York Detective story. There is some age fading of the color around all the edges, Top cover corners are bumped by dropping, bottom corner on front rubbed through a little. Some corners had been turned down. Some odd damage to the cover page maybe caused by trying to cover up a name. The DJ inside flap is partially glued on inside the cover. Original price "Net, $2.00". Top pg edges are bright yellow color starting to fade and show light foxing starting on all edges when closed. We enjoy your questions and requests. . Size: 8 1/4" Tall. Codice inventario libreria 000831
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 10 febbraio 2003
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