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Cut Me In   (Signed Bookplate) by  Hunt    (Pseudonym of Ed McBain) Collins - Signed First Edition - 1954 - from abookshop and

Cut Me In (Signed Bookplate)

by Collins, Hunt (Pseudonym of Ed McBain)

Condition: Near Fine/VG+

NY: Abelard-Schuman, 1954. The book is tight and clean and appears to be unread. The previous owner reinforced the dust jacket at the top and bottom creases, causing a shadow on the front of the dust jacket, in other words -- it protected the jacket -- but at a cost. The first edition of the author's first hardcover mystery. 253 pp. Laid in is an author (Ed McBain) signed bookplate. . AUTHOR-SIGNED Bookplate. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/VG+.


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