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Gladly the Cross-Eyed Bear by  Ed McBain - Signed First Edition - 1996 - from Mind Electric Books and Biblio.com

Gladly the Cross-Eyed Bear

by McBain, Ed

Condition: Like New/Like New


New York, NY: Warner, 1996. First edition / first printing (10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1). Signed with just his name on the title page. Book is in fine condition with a fine unclipped dustjacket protected in a Brodart wrapper. An Attractive Copy! Please feel free to ask me for pictures or more information, Thanks. . Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. Like New/Like New.

Lainie Commins, a freelance designer of children's toys, hires attorney Matthew Hope for a lawsuit against her old employers, Brett and Etta Toland. At stake are the lucrative rights to Gladly, a teddy bear with crossed eyes and corrective lenses. It's a straightforward case--until Brett Toland is shot in the throat aboard his luxury yacht and Lainie becomes the chief suspect.




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