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One BIg Happy:  None of This Fun Is My Fault! by  Rick (SIGNED!) Detorie - Paperback - Signed First Edition - 1998 - from Massoglia Books and

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One BIg Happy: None of This Fun Is My Fault!

by Detorie, Rick (SIGNED!)

Condition: Near Fine

New York: Nantier Beal Minoustchine, 1998. First printing in Near Fine condition. Signed on the half title page "Oh B. Happy!" and dated '99! by Rick Detorie (brief inscription, date & signature only). Signed by Author. Trade Paperback. Near Fine.


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