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Night Chills [Signed Bookplate Laid in] by  Dean R KOONTZ - Signed First Edition - 1976 - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and

Night Chills [Signed Bookplate Laid in]

by KOONTZ, Dean R

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New York: Atheneum, 1976. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (21.5cm.); original cloth-backed boards in white dust jacket designed by Paul Bacon; [2],viii,[2],334pp. Light wear to extremities, minor foxing to textblock edges, else Very Good and sound. Previous owner's laid in bookplate signed and dated by Dean R. Koontz, 8/23/92.

Night Chills is a novel by the best-selling author Dean Koontz, released in 1976.


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