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Not Lost Forever: My Story of Survival by  Steve Salcido Carmina; Jackson - Signed First Edition - 2009 - from Eastburn Books and Biblio.com

Not Lost Forever: My Story of Survival

by Carmina; Jackson, Steve Salcido

Condition: Very Good/very good


William Morrow, 2009. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. VG hardcover in VG jacket. First Edition. 2009. SIGNED by author on title page w/no inscription. Previous owner's name sticker to FFEP (attempted to remove) otherwise pages all clean/unmarked. LIghtest of scuffs. Binding solid. Jacket unclipped and clean. Mild scuffs. Solid. 294 pp. Salcido speaks about her father's murderous rampage and attempt to destryoy her entire family. Scarce Signed copy.




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