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Book Description
VG+/VG+ Slight foxing to endpapers and prelims, minor wear to base of spine, no inscriptions in a like jacket which has slight wear and creasing to spine ends, correctly priced at 8/6 on front flap.
Dealer Notes
‘Blackbirders’ relates to the age of slavery...the men and ships that dealt in human flesh. Now during WW2, traffic in humans was going on again across the US-Mexico border.

Dorothy B. Hughes (August 10, 1904—May 6, 1993) was an American crime writer, critic and historian. Hughes wrote fourteen crime and detective novels, primarily in the hard boiled and noir styles.

First published in the US in 1943, the UK edition is uncommon in anything approaching collectible condition in a jacket.
Author Dorothy Hughes.
Date 1948
Publisher Nicholson & Watson

Price: £175.00

Offered by Lycanthia Books

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