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A Touch of Death by  Charles Williams - 2nd Printing - 1963 - from John Thompson and

A Touch of Death

by Williams, Charles

Condition: Very Good

U.S.: Gold Medal K1353, 1963. Solid with a light spine roll, a light moisture stain on bottom right corner of book, else covers show minor wear.. 2nd Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

Charles Williams was the prolific author of numerous seminal novels, including Dead Calm, which became the Nicole Kidman movie; Hell Hath No Fury, which was filmed as "The Hot Spot," and The Long Saturday Night, which was the basis for Francois Truffaut’s last film, Confidentially Yours .  


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