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The Rape, Police Woman #1

by Leslie Trevor

Condition: Near Fine


New York: Award Books. Near Fine. 1975. First Printing. Paperback. 0426162218 . Award Books edition, 1st printing 1975. Very nice condition. Pages clean and intact, with no markings, light age tanning to interior, feels tight and unread. Cover has light age tanning to edges, light scuffing, light crease near spine and minimal edge wear. Based on the NBC-TV series Police Woman, starring Angie Dickinson as Pepper Anderson, a cool, smart and tough city cop solving a heinous crime. #1 in the series. (110os,5-18) ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 185 pages .


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