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Lew Archer Private Investigator by Ross MacDonald (Pseudonym of Kenneth Millar) - Hardcover - Signed Limited Edition - 1977 - from George Jeffery Books and

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Lew Archer Private Investigator

by Ross MacDonald (Pseudonym of Kenneth Millar)

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New York: The Mysterious Press, 1977. Limited to 250 number signed copies, signed by Kenneth Millar. Bound in original publishers cloth, binding in excellent fine condition. Plastic dust jacket in excellent condition. Internally, no loose pages, no writing/marking, pages bright and clean. Housed in original publishers slipcase. A71. Signed Limited Edition. 8vo.


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