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The Brown Box Mystery (Sugar Creek Gang #33) by Paul Hutchens - Paperback - June 1970 - from The Book Store and Biblio.com

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The Brown Box Mystery (Sugar Creek Gang #33)

by Paul Hutchens

Condition: Used - Acceptable


Moody Pr (J), June 1970. Mass Market Paperback. Used - Acceptable. First book has a $3 shipping fee, there is no additional shipping fee for addition books from our store. All of our books are in clean, readable condition (unless noted otherwise). We do not accept books with water damage, strong smoke smell, or just plain beat up. Our books generally have a store sticker on the inside cover with our in store pricing. If the edges are starting to get wore, but the book is otherwise in good condition, we may have clear tape reinforcing the edges. Being used books, some of them may have writing inside the cover. If you need more details about a certain book, you can always give us a call as well 920-734-8908.

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