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Blood On Biscayne Bay by  Brett Halliday - Paperback - First Printing - 1945 - from Seattle Mystery Bookshop and

Blood On Biscayne Bay : A Michael Shayne Mystery

by Halliday, Brett

Condition: Fair

New York: Dell, 1945. First Printing. Paperback. Fair. Dell Book # 268. This is a mapback. Front and back covers are starting to split on the bottom of the book at the hinge, the front cover is creased & the coating is just coming up where the creases are, the back cover has two small chips (one on the spine & the other near the bottom fore-edge corner). The first six pages have small chips along a portion of the bottom page edges. Pages edges are sun faded (worst on the top page edges).


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