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STARSKY AND HUTCH #4 by  Max Franklin - Paperback - First Printing - 1977 - from Mirror Image Book and


by Franklin, Max

Condition: Very Good Plus

New York, NY, U.S.A.: Ballantine Books, 1977. A Ballantine paperback, TV-Tie-In. Condition is very good plus, slight reading bend on front hinge, slight small handling bends on middle of front cover, light edge wear, no writing or stamps, cover is bright and glossy, a nice looking book...........We have other books in this genre in stock and offer discounts in shipping on additional books, please contact us for more information** .....WRAPPED IN PLASTIC BAG TO PROTECT CONDITION OF BOOK...........Summary - ..Jail's a lousy place for a honeymoon. and Jerry Konig was facing a probable 15 years to life for fooling around with matches and other people's property. So when a shyster lawyer offers Jerry a bail-jump shot at a new life in exchange for some of his skills, he makes the deal. Then love gets in the way. And doublecross. And murder. And soon Starsky and Hutch are on the case - up to their holsters in trouble, playing tag with a bonecrunching bounty hunter and a shower of bullets! --- Based on the Teleplay "Bounty Hunter" by Steve Fisher-- Adaption from Spelling-Goldberg Production ABC TV series starring David Soul, Paul Michael Glaser.. First Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good Plus.


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