photographs, VG, corners/spine ends a little worn, name front free endpaper, DJ spine ends/corners a little worn, a little rubbed, 1" tear across spine bottom, 1/2" tear at spine top. ISBN 0-88319-047-8,
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Signed by Author Signed limited first edition, hardcover. 224 pages. B&W illustrations. Number 98 of the first 100 copies, signed and with the publishers seal affixed March 1st, 1980, by the author Brownson Malsch, the executor Henry Rosser, and the publisher W. L. Thompson. Stamped "Texas Ranger Hall of Fame Collector's Edition 1980." Very good with corners bumped, in a very good price-clipped dust jacket with light edgewear at spine and corners. Mylar cover on jacket.
Photos. Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 8vo-Over 8"-9" Tall. xvi, 224 pp, orange cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj brown-blu-red-grey w/color pictorial front & rear panels. The author recreates the early experiences of the "Lone Wolf" during the 1920s, his transition to the scientific techniques of law enforcement during the thirties and forties, and his career as a Hollywood technical adviser.
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