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The Last Snake Man by  Austin J.: Stevens - Signed First Edition - 2007 - from Peter M Daly and

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The Last Snake Man

by Stevens, Austin J.:

Condition: Very Good/very good

Hereford.Noir Publishing, 2007. ISBN 0-953-656462 Author signed first edition.Illustrated throughout with colour photographs taken by the author.pp 192. Hard cover,black cloth lettered in silver.The lower corners are a little bumped but otherwise a very good copy in a very good dust jacket.Signed without dedication on the half-title page. Size is A4,29 x 20 cm & weighs almost 1 kilo unpacked.Extra shipping will be required for overseas customers.Mostly about snake hunting in Africa & around the world.


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