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STARSKY & HUTCH (#3 from ABC TV Series.; "Based on "Death Ride" ) ** David Soul & Paul Michael Glaser Photo Cover;

by Franklin, Max (Adaption; Pseudonym of Richard Demming) >> Based on TV Series Created By William Blinn); Based on TV Teleplay By Ed Lasko;

Condition: FINE


New York, NY, USA.: Ballantine Books. , 1976. 153 pages. "The boys are out on a limb - and the mob's got a saw in its hands! Being dead means never having to say you're sorry! And the organization is out to cancel a crimeland kingpin's apolgies to a senate committee with a quick bullet. That's where Starkey and Hutch come in - on assignment to keep the big pigeon alive and escort his beautiful andbeloved daughter into safe custody before the mob's meanies can waste him or snatch her. Tough enough - but even tougher when somebody in their own departent is tipping off every move the boys make." >>>Based on the Teleplay "Death Ride" by Ed Lakso; >> >> Adaption from the classic Spelling-Goldberg Production ABC TV series starring David Soul, Paul Michael Glaser. . True First Adaption in Book Format Thus.. Soft Cover. FINE. Illus. by PHOTO Cover!. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall.. Mass Market Paperback.

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