New York. 1977. Pocket Books. Reprinted Pocket Books Paperback Edition. Very Good In Wrappers. 4.8. 207 pages. January 1977. paperback. 0671808370. keywords: . inventory # 37424. FROM THE PUBLISHER-If Alan Grant of Scotland Yard hadn't fallen, ignominiously, through a trap door while chasing Benny Skoll, he would not now be in hospital enduring endles8 boredom. If he hadn't been fascinated by faces, his actress friend, Marta Hallard, wouldn't have brought him a packet of portraits to analyze and speculate on. One of those intriguing faces belonged to England's Richard III. Had he, Alan wondered as he gazed at Richard's sensitive, intelligent face, had he been one of the world's most villainous murderers—a man who could kill his beloved brother's children to make his crown secure? Or had Richard been the victim of one of history's most vicious plots? Had he been turned into a monster by usurpers who stole England's throne?
Acceptable. No Jacket. Used. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. First Pocket Books printing, Jan 1977 is Acceptable in illus wraps. Corner wear, rubbing along extremities, shallow chipping, mild soiling of wraps; spine crease w crack between pp82/83; spine tail chipped. Fmr booksellers' stamps on first page; age-tanned throughout, ow unmarked. "One of the permanent classics in the detective field...no superlatives are adequate."--Anthony Boucher, NYT.
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