The Mallen Streak
by COOKSON, Catherine
- Very Good in Good+ dust jacket
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New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.. Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. 1973. BCE. Hardcover. A book club edition of Catherine Cookson's novel, telling of the sons of Thomas Mallen, who all share turbulent lives and a streak of white hair on their otherwise dark heads. --- In green paper-covered boards with white titling to spine. Dust jacket displays image of one of the Mallens. --- With prior owner's signature to front free endpaper, else a sound copy. Jacket with a few small tears and chips but remaining mostly intact and remaining bright.; Octavo (8 to 9 in. tall); 282 pages .
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