Good in fair dust jacket. 1966. First Edition. 269 pages. This is an ex-Library book. Green pictorial dust jacket over green cloth. Mild tanning and handling marks to pages with foxing to the text block edge. Firm binding. Bumping to spine ends and corners with noticeable rubbing and scuffing along edges and over surfaces. Unclipped jacket. Chipping and tears to spine ends and along edges with noticeable rubbing and wear over surfaces. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1498476346HJG (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
Near Fine in Very Good + jacket. The Congo massacre account that ended on November 24, 1964 in which Dr. Paul Carlson and other missionaries lost their lives an hour before Belgian paratroopers arrived to rescue them. Black cloth with red and gold lettering and design on spine and front cover. Illustrated. No writing in the book. 279pp. Full refund if not satisfied.
Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. B&W Photographs; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 279 pages; Bright, snug and neat in a uniformly bright and attractive dust jacket. No marks. Trace surface rub to jacket's spine panel and superficial shelf rub to edges. Illustrated with numerous B&W photographs. NF/VG++
Very Good in Good jacket. The dust jacket is slightly shelf rubbed and edge worn. It will still look good in cellophane though. The boards are in a very good condition. There is a previous owner's award sticker fixed within the half title page. Internally clean and tightly bound. Complete with 279 pages. [B.K. ]
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