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Very Good. 0299153401 Ex library copy. Usual library markings. This book is in excellent condition, and is a fantastic choice for someone hoping to get a great book for a little less cash. Will expedite shipping if seller requests and pays additional postage. Will ship immediately...
None. Very Good in Good jacket. 6 x 9 hard cover book. White, red, and gray lettering on the black dust jacket spine with an illustrated cover. A death row lawyer speaks out against capital punishment. 393 pages. Bookplate and light wear; jacket has rubbing, edgewear, and soil. Tight binding. Very Good/Good condition.
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Fine in Fine dust jacket. 393 pp. Index. FINE condition book and dustjacket. Black cloth hardcovers quite clean with no wear. Inscribed and SIGNED by author on top title page, else interior new: crisp and clean. Dustjacket bright and clean with no wear. Very nice copy. 8vo 8"-9" tall. Signed by Author.
Fine. Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press Date of Publication: 1997 Binding: hardcover Edition: First Edition Condition: As New Description: Unread copy. A candid and compelling account of a death row lawyer who spent fourteen years in "the machinery of death", including several cases he worked on during that time. 393pp.
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