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The Girl in the Wall by  Daphne Benedis-Grab - First Edition, First Printing by numberline - from West of Eden Books and

The Girl in the Wall

by Benedis-Grab, Daphne

Condition: New/New

Blue Ash OH, Merit Press, 2012, hardcover, 256 pp, First Edition, First Printing by numberline, New. Straight, tight and clean with no wear or markings in new dustjacket. Two former best friends must join forces to survive when a posh teen party explodes in a stunning and unexpected act of violence.

  • Bookseller: West of Eden Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 9109
  • Title: The Girl in the Wall
  • Author: Benedis-Grab, Daphne
  • Book condition: New
  • Jacket condition: New
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition, First Printing by numberline
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Keywords: Fiction; Friendship; General; Girls & Women; Hostages; Juvenile Fiction; Social Issues; Survival; Teenage girls; Young adult fiction
  • Subjects: FICTION / General;


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