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The Troubled Village by  Simon Henwood - First American Edition - 1991 - from after-words bookstore and Biblio.com

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The Troubled Village

by Henwood, Simon

Condition: Good +/Good -


New York: Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, 1991. Jacket has edge wear, 4 inch tear to the front cover, 2 small tears, light chipping, light soiling and rubbing, protected in mylar. Boards have shelf wear and bumping. Spine ends and corners are bumped and bent. Decorative endpapers. Tight binding, no cracks or breaks. Bright clean pages, no marks or tears.. First American Edition. Pictorial Hard Cover. Good +/Good -.


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