Arbor House, 1981. 476 pages. 1st printing / edition. Hardcover. Introduction by Colin Wilson. Near Fine-in Near Fine-dustjacket. A few faint spots top. Bright, tight and clean; no names, marks or tears. Price intact. ISBN: 0877956790 Author John Dunning conjures up true murder stories that are indeed stranger and much more chilling than fiction. Dunning later took up writing fiction, with the highly successful Cliff Janeway mystery novels.
Hardcover, FINE/FINE, 476 pp. Whether read as compelling crime cases or as sociological commentary on the depths to which man--and woman--can descend. The Arbor House Treasury of True Crime is a riveting collection of this century's most remarkable murders, each dramatically reconstructed with meticulous accuracy and terrifying detail; each guaranteed to send shivers of terror down your spine.
Very Good-in Very Good-dust jacket. Book's spine has two full-length valleys, with a hill between them, else minor wear on the clean and sound binding. Minor top edge foxing. Contents are clean and unmarked. DJ's white spine is yellowed, along with part of the back panel, but lettering is unaffected. Minor wear on complete dust jacket.; Black cloth spine, blue-gray lettering. TRUE CRIME. Thirty tales of horrific modern murders are reenacted by Dunning. Combining a dispassionate eye for detail with a novelist's passion for character, mood, and background, Dunning conjures up true murder stories that are indeed stranger and much more chilling than fiction.; 9-1/4" Tall; 476 pages.
Fine. DJ. 0877956790 Publisher: Arbor House, NY., 1981. First Edition, First Printing. FINE hardcover book in FINE-dust-jacket. As New. Unread. Sun toning to spine. NOT marked. NOT price-clipped. NOT remainder marked. NOT book club edition. NOT ex-library. All of our books with dust-jackets are shipped in fresh, archival-safe mylar protective sleeves.
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