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A Really Cute Corpse : **Signed** by  Joan Hess - Signed First Edition - 1988 - from All-Ways Fiction and Biblio.com

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A Really Cute Corpse : **Signed**

by Hess, Joan

Condition: Fine/Fine


New York: St Martins Press, 1988. SIGNED by the AUTHOR on the Title page. Signature only. A First edition, First printing. Book is in Fine condition. Boards are clean, not bumped. Fore edges are clean. Interior is clean and legible. Not remaindered. Dust Jacket is in Fine condition. Not chipped or crinkled. Not price clipped. Dust Jacket is covered by Mylar Brodart. All-ways well boxed, All-ways fast service. Thanks.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.


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