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Run, Fool, Run

by GRUBER, Frank

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New York: E.P. Dutton & Co, 1966. Hardcover. 8vo. Blue cloth with black spin e lettering, pictorial dust jacket. 184pp. Fine/near fine. Book and binding are supremely pristine and jacket shows just the faintest of discernible wear. A superbly tight, handsome first edition of this novel in the "Dutton Novel of Mystery and Suspense" series. Gruber (1904-69) was a prolific pulp fiction writer who penned a great many detective and Western novels.




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