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THE WOLF LEADER: Edited from the translation of Alfred Allinson by L. Sprague de Camp

by Dumas, Alexandre

Condition: A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket, several small closed tears to upper front panel, touch of rubbing to corners, some


Philadelphia: Prime Press, [1950]. First U.S. edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket, several small closed tears to upper front panel, touch of rubbing to corners, some age tanning to title lettering of spine panel. (11086). Octavo, cloth. Promotional letter laid in. A werewolf story. "An excellent story based in the folklore which Dumas encountered as a child..." - Barron: Horror Literature 2-23. Illustrations by Mahlon Blaine.


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