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MURDER AT THE ABA by  Isaac Asimov - First Edition - 1976 - from H.W. Gumaer, Bookseller and

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by Asimov, Isaac

Condition: Good Plus/Good Plus

Garden City: Doubleday, 1976. A biblio-mystery from one of Science Fiction's grand masters; First Printing of the First Edition; glue streaks on inside front and back covers and on dust jacket flaps may/may not indicate ex-library copy; no other ex libris indicators such as stampings or card pockets; light wear on bottom edge, slight spine lean; except for glue stains noted above, dustjacket shows only very minor edgewear and is very presentable. Scarce.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good Plus/Good Plus.


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