First edition. More information about this seller Contact this seller This first edition hardback book is bound in blue cloth and gray boards and is in good sound condition with a good slightly soiled dust jacket that has had the price clipped from the inner flap. No previous owner's name or marginalia. Hard Cover. From: Scene of the Crime St. Catharines, ON, Canada.
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First US edition first printing of the first novel in the Kramer and Zondi series. Light rubbing to the surface of the dustjacket. Published by Harper Row, New York Light blue boards quarter bound in blue cloth with bright red lettering. The book is clean and square with light bumps to the top corners.
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The dj has a crease to the rear flap, some light edge wear. The first in acclaimed series of South African mysteries. Published by Penguin, GB About this Item: Penguin, GB, Condition: nrVG. Seller Inventory p Ships same day or next business day! Used books may not include working access code or dust jacket. Seller Inventory U.
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Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Published by Harper and Row of New York in Possibly a former library book. Book condition: Good to Very Good. Blue cloth boards with red titles to spine.
There is a piece of clear tape attached to the front board. Inside pages are in good order. Dust Jacket condition: Fair to Good. Price unclipped. Jacket has a few creases.
There is some water staining towards the top of the jacket. See photograph. Dims: mm x mm x 25mm. Seller Inventory SKU Sold as reading copies only. A very good, clean neat hardcover first edition with minor shelf wear light exterior soiling, hinges and binding tight, pages cream white. In a very good, moderately worn dust jacket, with original price. A very good, clean neat hardcover first edition with minor shelf wear exterior soiling stain on the spine cloth , hinges and binding tight, pages cream white but with foxing to the fore-edges.
Lacking dust jacket. A good, clean neat hardcover first edition with minor shelf wear light exterior soiling, hinges and binding tight, but pages yellowed and a rusted paperclip stain from a "Compliments of the author" card once attached. In a good, edgeworn dust jacket chipping at the folds, with original price. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. The book and unclipped dust jacket are both almost fine.
Published by Penguin About this Item: Penguin, No Jacket. Search Search Search Browse menu. Sign in. HPL home. Recent updates. The Sunday Hangman. Description Details A detective team in apartheid South Africa suspect a vigilante is on the loose, in this novel from the Gold Dagger Award—winning historical mystery series. Languages English. James McClure - Author. Why is availability limited? Check out what's being checked out right now.
Sign in Cancel. Add a card. Add a card Contact support Cancel. The barman, a sensitive soul, moved to the far end of the counter, taking his newspaper with him. He'd been writing some interesting names into the crossword when the two jokers had arrived, armed with their bombshell. Is it true he tried to take a pot shot at you once, only your boy went and buggered things up? They were trying out the idea of a small bank there at the time. Right on noon, our informant said, but when we rolled up, the bloody thing was already in progress.
The people outside didn't even know at that particular moment, he was so quick. They were used to seeing armed whites going in, carrying the bank's money — and the same went for the bank employees.
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The stupid bastards took him right up to the safe and opened it. Anyway, Erasmus comes running out with his gun up before we realized the position. Mine was still in under here, so Zondi spins the car around, to give me time to draw. As he comes on to Erasmus's side, he gets a thirty-eight in the leg, straight through the bloody door. That was it.
The owner was killed outright. Never, so it seemed, had the man heard anything funnier. Kramer smiled indulgently as he came up for air. C-c-cabbages everywhere! And he used the back of his inky hand to smear the tears from his eyes, before beckoning for the barman. While the barman saw to their refills, a bright splash of reflected light began to flutter across the bottles and glasses on the shelves behind the counter.
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