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Robert Service: A Biography by  Carl F. (General Editor) Klinck - First Edition - 1976 - from Eric James and

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Robert Service: A Biography

by Klinck, Carl F. (General Editor)

Condition: Very Good ++/Fine

New York: Dodd, Mead, 1976. Hardcover with unclipped dust jacket, 197 pages including black-and-white illustrations; book very gently used, only light bumps to spine ends, spine gilt lettering very bright and clear, beautifully written signature/date/city on free front endpaper, otherwise very clean and unmarked throughout, all pages fresh and white.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good ++/Fine.


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