The Dancing Man: A Novel of Suspense
by Hubbard, P.M
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New York: Athaneum, 1971. Book Club (BCE/BOMC). . Hardcover. Acceptable/Acceptable. Book Club Edition is Acceptable+ in gray paper over boards; sl lean. orners rubbed, dings at board tails, spine ends creased. Interior age-tanned but ow unmarked, clean. DJ only Acceptable- w numerous chips, blind tears, soiling, water spots, rubbing, etc. "It's definitely not the type of novel for fans of more modern, fast-paced punchy fiction, but if you're in the mood for well, "mood," and a dark psychological story, then you can allow The Dancing Man to reel you in slowly as you become immersed in the almost claustrophobic pull of the protagonist's frame of mind as he gets closer to a murderous secret."--B.V. Lawson Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
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- Hubbard, P.M
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