Author: Hank Janson
Description: 3rd impression (February 1958). Some soiling to wraps. A couple small ink marks on front cover. Some soiling to pages. Bit of damp-waviness to the outer fore-edge margin of the last several pages. 159,  pp. 17.5 x 10.5 cm.
Detective murder mystery set in Chicago with the opening lines: ''The guy was dead. / Horribly dead. / As dead as a stone gargoyle and just as ugly.'' Hank Janson was the pen-name of British pulp fiction author of Stephen Daniel Frances (1917-1989).
Binding: Soft Cover
Publisher: Alexander Moring
Keywords: mystery, fiction, detective, crime, murder, Chicago, pulp fiction,
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