Culver City CA, Murray & Gee, Inc.: 1948
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 23999
Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dj
[minor shelfwear only, a nice clean copy; jacket shows a little edgewear, tiny chip at bottom front panel, another a top front hinge, minor dampstain at lower right corner of rear panel]. Suspense tale about two brothers who rob a train in broad daylight, killing seven men in the process, and of the railroad special agent who leads the manhunt for them. The author wrote extensively for the movies from the 1930s through the 1950s (mostly Westerns and "B" crime films), and also for radio and later television. View More...
[book shows shelfwear, ffep torn out, minor soiling to top edge, some fraying to cloth at extremities, a couple of bent page corners; jacket is well-worn at all edges, a couple of surface-peeled patches, front flap detached (held in place by Brodart cover)]. The author's third (I think) mystery novel featuring drama critic-detective Tony Woolrich, this one set on the south shore of Long Island. View More...