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California Time by  Frederic Raphael - 1st Edition - 1975 - from Ramblingsid's Books and Biblio.com

California Time

by Raphael, Frederic

Condition: Fair/Fair


Jonathan Cape, 1975 hb with d/w, 1st ed, blue cloth boards with gilt titles to spine, top edge of the covers faded, pages clean and bright, a good secure binding, in a d/w that has not been price clipped but is very worn at the edges and has a number of chips and small tears [Box 38]

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