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Iain Macleod by  Nigel Fisher - Signed First Edition - 1973 - from PsychoBabel & Skoob Books and Biblio.com

Iain Macleod

by Fisher, Nigel

Condition: Good


London: Andre Deutsch Ltd., 1973. Hardcover in good condition. First edition. Signed and dedicated by the author on the title page. Light scores and edgewear to the jacket; one or two minor nicks to the edges. Jacket and hardcover spine feet are bumped. Binding is sound; text and images are clear. Introduction by Lord Boyle of Handsworth. CM. Signed and Dedicated By Author. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good. Used.




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