The Black Fox: A Novel of the Seventies
by Heard, Gerald
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Schenectady, New York
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- Parigi Books, ABAA/ILAB (US)
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- The Black Fox: A Novel of the Seventies
- Heard, Gerald
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- First US Edition
- Harper & Brothers, Publishers
- Place of Publication
- New York
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- HORROR, SUPERNATURAL, BLACK MAGIC, CURSES, CATHEDRALS, ORIENTALISM, ARABIC CURSES, JAMESIAN WRITERS
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