Good. No dust jacket as issued. Stain on back cover lower right. Slight spine crease. 176 p. : Mass-market PB International intrigue: Polish-born Anson Bolda is reputedly the son of a witch; is he being tested by the CIA, or sold out?
VG. Avon #V2329, 1969. Stated First Avon Printing in very good condition. Crease along the front spine seam. Dust soiling and spotting to the wr appers. Small number 25 inked at the upper edge of the front wrapper.
Good Condition in Good jacket. Ex-library with typical marks, light wear, pages yellowed; a good solid book. The jacket has some discoloring and wear; wrapped; taped inside; tape stains on both. "This is a most unusual espionage novel which introduces an American Military Intelligence Agent as bold and enterprising as any secret agent in recent fiction. It was the notation 'witches spawn warlocks' on his personal dossier that marked Polish born Anson Bolda as out of the ordinary. And that his assignments certainly were, even for one in his deadly line of work." Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 155130.
VG- 176 p. 1st paperback edition from Avon (V2329), 1969. SIGNED, INSCRIBED AND DATED MARCH 23, 1978 BY WILSON TUCKER! VERY GOOD MINUS, spine creased, leans, rubbing to wraps, ink inside covers and on endpaper.
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