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STARSKY & HUTCH (#5 from ABC TV Series.; "Based on "TERROR ON THE DOCKS" ) ** 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 the Teleplay by Fred Freilberger;

Condition: Very Good to Fine


Toronto, Ontario, Canada..: Ballantine Books. (#02555-5)., 1977. 156 pages. "Here comes the bride ... all dressed in black! Hutch and Nacy had known each other since they were kids together on the same block. But little girls have a way of growing up - and now Nancy was all tangled up in a love story with an unhappy, and deadly ending. Somebody had to tell her that her boyfriend had a couple of corpses under his belt and his eye on a fortune in somebody else's jewels. Now Starsky and Hutch are up in the air between the devil and the deep blue sea, when a trail of bodies leads from the L.A. docks to a cult specializing in hot goods and hellish rities." >>> "Terror on the Docks" = Based on the Teleplay by Fred Freilberger; >>> >> Adaption from the classic Spelling-Goldberg Production ABC TV series starring David Soul, Paul Michael Glaser. >> Heavy pen inscription to inside front cover; Minor cover indent.. True First Adaption in Book Format Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good to Fine. Illus. by PHOTO Cover!. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall.. Mass Market Paperback.

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