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Conflict of Interest by  Jayne Castle - Paperback - Mass Market - 1983 - from Seattle Mystery Bookshop and Biblio.com

Conflict of Interest

by Castle, Jayne

Condition: Very Good


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New York: Dell, 1983. Mass Market. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. Signed on title page. general wear to edges, spine slightly creases and slightly cocked, page edges have darkened. #130 in the Candlelight Ecstacy Romance series. Pseudonym of Jayne Ann Krentz. Never to be reprinted according to the author. In a protective plastic bag.

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