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Thunderstruck by  Erik Larson - First Edition, First Printing - 2006 - from Nothing Like A Good Book and

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by Larson, Erik

Condition: Fine/Fine

New York: Crown, 2006. In a clear protective mylar cover. Unread. The author of 'The Devil in the White City' returns with this mesmerizing true portrait of two lives and how they intersect: Hawley Crippen, an unlikely murderer, the other Guglielmo Marconi, inventor of the wireless communication, set in Edwardian London during one of the greatest criminal chases of all time. A touch of shelf wear to spine ends, light rubbing to rear flap.. First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

Erik Larson is the bestselling author of the National Book Award finalist and Edgar Award–winning The Devil in the White City . He lives in Seattle with his wife, three daughters, and a dog named Molly.


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