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CORNELL WOOLRICH:  First You Dream, Then You Die by  Francis M NEVINS Jr. - Paperback - Uncorrected Proof - 1988 - from SCENE OF THE CRIME ® and

CORNELL WOOLRICH: First You Dream, Then You Die

by NEVINS Jr., Francis M

Condition: Fine/Original Wraps

NY: Putnam, 1988. FINE condition. SOFTCOVER. 1988. UNCORRECTED PAGE PROOFS as issued by publisher for the hardcover edition, September 1988. AS NEW, pad bound in devil grass-green wraps. Square and tight, UNREAD. Hefty 624pp plus photo section with light wrap to spine, not conducive to actual reading - a collector's copy. Biography of Cornell Woolrich.. Uncorrected Proof. Soft Cover. Fine/Original Wraps.


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