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The Jungle Kids

Evan Hunter

Published by New York: Pocket Books, 1956
Used Condition Fine Soft cover
From Sellers & Newel Books - ABAC & ILAB (Toronto, ON, Canada) Quantity Available: 1
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First printing. Paperback original. Pocket Books # 1126. A stunning copy, possibly unread, with no marks or creases of any kind. Twelve stories by Hunter, aka Ed McBain, one of the 20th Century's preeminent crime writers. Most of these stories are reprinted from Manhunt and all focus on urban juvenile delinquents, their crimes and the consequences. Some of them feel a bit dated now but overall it's great, hard0edged early career stuff from a master. Bookseller Inventory # 5042


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Title: The Jungle Kids

Publisher: New York: Pocket Books

Publication Date: 1956

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition

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