THE SIX IRON SPIDERS
by Taylor, Phoebe Atwood
- A near fine copy, touch of rubbing to extremities, previous owners name and date to front free end paper in a very good plus dus
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New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., . First edition. A near fine copy, touch of rubbing to extremities, previous owners name and date to front free end paper in a very good plus dust jacket, slight chipping to corners and spine ends. (10633). Octavo, cloth. An Asey Mayo mystery set in Cape Cod.
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- THE SIX IRON SPIDERS
- Taylor, Phoebe Atwood
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- Used - A near fine copy, touch of rubbing to extremities, previous owners name and date to front free end paper in a very good plus dus
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- First edition
- W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.
- Place of Publication
- New York
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