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When Lt. Joe Leaphorn of the Navajo Tribal Police discovers a corpse with a mouth full of sand at a crime scene seemingly without tracks or clues, he ...Show synopsisWhen Lt. Joe Leaphorn of the Navajo Tribal Police discovers a corpse with a mouth full of sand at a crime scene seemingly without tracks or clues, he is ready to suspect a supernatural killer. And what he must stalk is the Wolf-Witch along a chilling trail between mysticism and murder.Hide synopsis
Description:New. No dust jacket as issued. Mass market (rack) paperback....New. No dust jacket as issued. Mass market (rack) paperback. Glued binding. 304 p. Joe Leaphorn Novels. Audience: General/trade. THE BOOK IS IN NEW UNUSED CONDITION
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Description:Very Good plus in Very Good plus jacket. Blue paper over boards...Very Good plus in Very Good plus jacket. Blue paper over boards, title stamped in black onto spine, small 8vo (7-11/16 x 4-15/16 inches [19.6 cm x 12.6 cm]), pp. 201. Volume with spine ends softened, one 2 mm closed tear at head of spine and one light bump to rear board. Dust jacket with slight age tone, minor edge wear, 2 mm closed tear to head of spine and light bump to rear panel. First UK Edition of authors first novel. Hillermans signature onto paper card, loosely laid in.
Description:Fine. No Jacket. Signed First edition thus. Copy #83/100...Fine. No Jacket. Signed First edition thus. Copy #83/100 numbered copies signed by the author. Maroon cloth with gold gilt lettering/decoration plus a pictorial paper insert to the front board, 201+ pages. Fine copy [no Dust Wrapper, as issued] in Slipcase.
Description:jacket design by Mozelle Thompson. Very Good in J Good jacket. ...jacket design by Mozelle Thompson. Very Good in J Good jacket. Author's first book. inscription to former owner on half-title page "To my good friend Dick Hixson...but mostly to Cynthia who had the good taste to enjoy this book--Tony Hillerman". Dust jacket creased, heavy wear at corners, a few small closed tears at top and bottom edges. dj chipped 1/2" at spine ends. dj flap price intact. First state dj with 0370 on front flap. Book itself has cover wear at corners and spine ends. spine faded at ends, a few spots on front cover. pages very clean and tight. the numbering sequence on the next to last page ends in 2. stated first edition on the copyright page. 201 p. 22 cm. Signed: I Inscribed by Author(s)
Description:New York. 1970. Harper & Row. 1st American Edition. Previous...New York. 1970. Harper & Row. 1st American Edition. Previous Owner's Name Penned In Front, Otherwise Very Good In Dustjacket. 201 pages. March 1970. hardcover. Jacket design by Mozelle Thompson. keywords: Mystery American Indian. inventory # 4565. FROM THE PUBLISHER-High on the desolate mesa they found the body. The mouth was filled with sand. No tracks, no clues. Every Navajo knew that nothing human killed like that. Rumors of witchcraft and the supernatural are nothing new to Lt. Joe Leaphorn of the Navajo Tribal Police. He and anthropologist Bergen McKee had stalked the Wolf-Witch before. Always it had eluded them, vanishing like a ghost on the wind. But never had it left such a horrifying trail of murder. For Lt. Leaphorn, the case was a baffling challenge to his logic. For Bergen McKee, it was a problem of academic concern. Now, no longer is tracking the Navajo Wolf simply a challenge-now it's a matter of life and death.
Description:Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 0060118962. Hardcover. 8vo....Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 0060118962. Hardcover. 8vo. Harper and Row. 1970. 201 pgs. First Edition/First Printing (states with full numberline ending with 1 on the rear endpaper). Unclipped DJ in VG shape with a tiny chip to the top of the front panel as well as a few rubbing marks on the front panel. Ex-Womrath mark on the bottom of the FFEP (50 cents for 3 days/10 cents for each additional day) and a series of a 6 dates on the rear endpaper. Save for that there are no other marks. Text is clean and free of marks, binding tight and solid, boards clean with no wear present. Photos sent upon request. Author's first book and first appearance of Joe Leaphorn. 457; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 201 pages.
This book is the first book by Tony Hillerman that features Lt Joe Leaphorn. Leaphorn is a policeman with the Navajo tribal police. Joe is looking for a man, a Navajo by the name of Luis Horseman who was in a knifing with a Mexican in a bar in Gallup, and then stole a car to get away. The car was later ...
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