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WHEN RED IS BLACK by  Qiu Xiaolong - First Edition - 2004 - from Second Story Books and

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by Xiaolong, Qiu

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New York, NY: Soho Press, Inc, 2004. First Edition. small 8vo. VG+/VG+. bright green hued pattern covers jacket fully, with tiny white author, black and red white-accented title with gold-tone character and white publisher at tail. very smooth panels with simple enlarged characters on cover. black HB, stamped with gilt metallic type, adjoined panels in lik new shape. interior quality above average with clear sheets and compact volume lightly skimmed. 309 pp. ISBN# 1569473692. Shelved Rockville Bookstore.


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