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TROUBLE FOLLOWS ME by  John Ross MacDonald  Aka Kenneth Millar - Paperback - 1983 - from 1st Wrappers and


by Ross MacDonald , Aka Kenneth Millar, John Ross MacDonald

Condition: Near Fine

Bantam, 1983. 5th printing. James Marsh cover art looks great . A very good plus to near fine copy. Light reading crease center spine. Light handling wear. Rubbing spine ends else minor edge wear. Clean, unmarked, flat, tight. square text block.. age toned paper. => ...a good bottle of bourbon and sweet kisses were all Sam Drake wanted in Honolulu..But what he got was trouble.... Drake found himself trapped in a game of unfaithful husbands, international intrigue - and cold-blooded murder.. ....... Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by James Marsh.


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