Very Good, Very Good. 8VO, 272 pgs., Hardcover. Hardcover: Signed and inscribed by the author to actor/dancer/ choreographer Bob Fosse on title page. Two-toned binding with title on spine in silver. Boards are lightly oxidized and bumped on edges. Text is clean and crisp. Black dust jacket shows light rubbing and edgewear. Nice in protective mylar. Here is a new detective-for-hire Clayton Yankee Taggart, from Texas, he makes home-made soup, likes WW I songs and he learns by following his nose. Nice tight binding.
Very Good+ in Very Good+ jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Minor edge and corner wear to the dj, gently scuffed and scratched, corners are very lightly bumped and rubbed, overall a very crisp and clean first edition! Dj is nicely preserved in a brand new protective mylar plastic cover! 272 very clean, unmarked and uncreased, suspense-filled and mystery riddled pages! "Cage of Mirrors introduces a new detective-for-hire, Clayton Yankee Taggart, a Texan who makes homemade soup, likes World War I songs, and learns by following his nose. His search for the killer of photographer Jeff Nordau, an ex-army buddy who saved his life, leads him from Texas to New York, London, and finally across the globe into a world where things are not what they seem, where people can suddenly disappear or die and yet reappear, where facts and lies merge into a true Cage of Mirrors."
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