End of a J.D

By: Gonzales, John

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London: Frederick Muller Ltd/Gold Medal Book, 1962. 50 g;. 158 pages, two pages following further advertisements of thriller books. Illustrated front cover, by M. Hooks, with the yellow titles to the front panel and black to the back strip. Heavy rubbing to the corners of the book and to the edges. There is a triangular crease across one third of the front panel. Reading creases to the back strip and there has been splitting of the back strip crease to the lower left-hand corner. Heavy browning to the text block edge and lighter browning to the internal pages. Previous owner's name to the top edge of the half title page. A crease runs the full length of the back book panel and there are handling marks to this panel as well. A book from the early 60s about that very scary subgroup of young people -- juvenile delinquents. As the back blurb says " Goldilocks, young, beautiful and -- except for a loaded revolver -- stark, staring naked, she waited in a strange apartment. She started of the entire rumble, and nearly finished off Harry Horne. ....And The Three Bears ... Harry Horne was a nice guy, a good journalist writing a series on the juvenile delinquency -- and uncovering more dirt than he bargained for. Louis Gelormino was a hotshot hood who didn't like nosy writers and didn't mind dropping broad and brutal hints to put across his message. Vince Rinaldi was one of the hints Gelormino dropped. He was a snotty little switch-blade tough who got caught in the wrong bedroom with a suitcase that wasn't built with Fuller blushes. So he ran -- right out of the frying pan and into a funeral." . Digital image available upon request.. First British Paperback Edition. Paperback. Average/No Jacket as Issued. 12mo - up to 7 ¾" tall - Duodecimo. Pulp Fiction.

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