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THE PAPER GUN by  Howard BROWNE - Hardcover - Limited - 1985 - from SCENE OF THE CRIME ® and Biblio.co.uk

THE PAPER GUN

by BROWNE, Howard

Condition: Fine/Fine


NM: Dennis McMillan, 1985. FINE condition in FINE dust jacket. HARDCOVER. 1985. LIMITED EDITION of 350 copies, each of which are SIGNED and numbered by the author and his son, Allen Browne, the artist of the dust jacket. This is copy number 184. AS NEW, bound in magenta decorative cloth with orchid decorative endpapers. Square and tight, UNREAD. A Paul Pine mystery.. Signed by Author. Limited. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.




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