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STARSKY & HUTCH (#7 from ABC TV Series.; "Based on "THE SET-UP" ) ** 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 Joe Reb Moffly

Condition: FINE

New York, NY, USA: Ballantine Books. (#30673)., 1978. 154 pages. "Question: Who killed Patty Nash? Answer: Who?!! Terry nash has an ugly memory of his wife getting blown away by hired guns, and a plan for revenge against Joe Burniak, a gang boss ready to blow the whistle on organized crime. Starsky and Hutch know Durniak didn't order the hit, but our troubleshooter are hard put to convince Nash of that - and some other things: like maybe there was no hit, he never had a wife, and he's not who he thinks he is. Though? Thougher still when all three of them are caught up in the wildest conspiracy of all crime!" >>> "The Set-Up" = Based on the Teleplay by Joe Reb Moffly; >>> >> Adaption from the classic Spelling-Goldberg Production ABC TV series starring David Soul, Paul Michael Glaser. >>> Low Print Run & RARE title; . True First Adaption in Book Format Thus. Soft Cover. FINE. Illus. by PHOTO Cover From TV/Television Series.. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall.. Mass Market Paperback.


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