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The Art of Dave Nestler: Wicked Intentions by  Dave Nestler - Paperback - First Thus - 2003 - from after-words bookstore and

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The Art of Dave Nestler: Wicked Intentions

by Nestler, Dave

Condition: Good +/No Jacket as Issued

SQP Inc., 2003. 48pp. Original stiff wraps. Featuring the glamourotica series "Blonde & Gagged". High quality glossy pages are clean. Binding is tight and secure. Rear cover is scuffed, faint shadint to upper front cover where here was once a sticker. Light bumping to head/heel of spine, slight rubbing to extremities. Nice copy. . First Thus. Oversized Softcover. Good +/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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