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West of Barbwire. by Lee Floren - Paperback - First Ed thus; unstated.   - 1969. - from Black Cat Hill Books and Biblio.com

West of Barbwire.

by Lee Floren

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New York, NY MacFadden-Bartell: MacFadden Books, 1969. Mass Market Paperback First Ed thus; unstated. First Ed thus; unstated. Very Good in Wraps: shows indications of light use: slight spine lean; very light wear to extremities; mild rubbing, very faint creasing and just a hint of soiling to wrapper covers; "ed" in tiny letters at the upper corner of the front panel; pages moderately tanned, due to aging; binding secure; text clean. No longer 'As New', but remains clean, sturdy, and quite presentable. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 12mo. 144pp. Mass Market Paperback.




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