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by Thomas, Craig

Condition: Very Good/Good


London: Michael Joseph, 1977. First edition. Dark blue cloth boards, silver titles to spine, and pictorial dustjacket by Dave Sutton. 288pp, h: 22cm. Maps to endpapers. Successor to Craig Thomas' first thriller, RatTrap. Very Good in Good jacket, now in clear sleeve. Slight fade and rubbing to cover edges; clean covers and pages, a couple of very faint spots to title and opposite pages. Jacket clean, no losses, slight yellowing to white of back, colour fade to spine (red to yellow, dark blue to lighter blue).. Very Good/Good.


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