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Corpse Had a Familiar Face, The : Covering Miami, America's Hottest Beat by  Edna BUCHANAN - Paperback - First Thus - 1989 - from Ravenwood Gables Bookstore and

Corpse Had a Familiar Face, The : Covering Miami, America's Hottest Beat


Condition: Very Good

New York: Charter Books, 1989. First printing, Charter Books mass market paperback edition, 1989. Very good, clean, collectible copy with faint spine crease and two minor corner creases. True crime stories by veteran Miami crime writer for the Miami Herald. 362 pages.. First Thus. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.


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