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Murder Listens In (Arrow Pointing Nowhere)

by Elizabeth Daly

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Bantam 713, 1949. Mass Market Paperback. 1st thus. 16.3 cm (6.4 inch) tall. 214 pages. Condition of book: Good+ (light cover wear and creases; pages lightly browned; light spine crease; no marks; generally clean and tight)/. Mystery & Crime. Our books ship from Tampa Florida by the next business day.
  • Bookseller: Books and Bowls US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 18476
  • Title: Murder Listens In (Arrow Pointing Nowhere)
  • Author: Elizabeth Daly
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Bantam 713
  • Date published: 1949


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