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A WHIFF OF DEATH [previously issued under  the title: THE DEATH DEALERS] by  Isaac Asimov - Paperback - First Thus - 1958 - from biblioboy and Biblio.com

A WHIFF OF DEATH [previously issued under the title: THE DEATH DEALERS]

by Asimov, Isaac

Condition: Good


New York: Fawcett Crest [c.1958 but actually 1970s or later]. Good. 1958. First Thus. Mass Market Paperback. 0449236609 . First edition thus. "A celebrated author concocts a dazzling case of suspense and mind-boggling murder". Hubin [1984 Crime Fiction, page 16]. 222 pages. Good or better copy [spine creased and cocked, cover creasing, cheap paper tanning]. .

The Death Dealers is a mystery novel by Isaac Asimov published in 1958 (later republished as A Whiff of Death). It is about a university professor whose research student dies while conducting an experiment. The professor attempts to determine if the death was accidental or planned.




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