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Murder in the Dog Days by  P. M Carlson - Paperback - 1991 - from Odds and Ends Shop and

Murder in the Dog Days

by Carlson, P. M

Condition: Good

Bantam Books. Good. 1991. Paperback. The spine and both covers, next to the spine, are creased from reading. The pages are clean, no tears or soiling. The pages and binding are tight. There is a crease on the back cover about 2" long. The spine is missing some of the glossy paper towards the back cover and is tore and peeling towards the bottom front. The text is not damaged. ; A Maggie Ryan Mystery; Vol. 6; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 226+ pages; Map by Jackie Aher. For one Mosbyite, reporter Dale Colby, is about to publish a hot expose about prominent-and not-so-prominent-townsfolk...Bu t there lies Dale, in a pool of blood, deader than the story he'd intended to write. A list of villagers with motives is as long as the Mosby phone book. A great start to Maggie and Nick's escape the broiling New York summer vacation. The spine is peeling at the top. Will combine shipping on more than one book. .


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