dead thing in the pool. by Aaron Marc Stein

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Published by Published for the Crime Club by Doubleday in Garden City, N.Y .

Written in English

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LC ClassificationsPZ3.S819 Dcf, PS3537.T3184 Dcf
The Physical Object
Pagination190 p.
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6114554M
LC Control Number52012387

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This book goes for the knock-down, but Cited by: The Dead Thing in the Pool. New York: Crime Club, First edition. Hardcover. Age toning to paper. Some rubbing to dust jacket front cover and edges.

In a brodart protective wrapper. very good/good+. Item # Price: $Book Edition: First Edition. THE DEAD POOL covers the question of whether or not Morag is guilty and if not, who else could possibly be involved.

The question of Jamie's death is central to Kirstin's obsession, she desperately wants to understand what happened to her much loved father-in-law, both before he died and how he died/5. Anyway, this is my first prose novel, and they got this dude Stefan Petrucha to write it.

He's good people, he's written novels (Ripper and Dead Mann Walking) and comics (Power Rangers, X-Files). But here's the thing: This book is about dogs. Dogs that turn into big nasty monsters/5. Any who care to remedy that loss would do well to begin with his books from the years when he earned that accolade from Boucher: perhaps the Bagby titles Drop Dead () and Dead Drunk (), or The Girl with the Hole in Her Head () as by Stone, or Days of Misfortune () under his own name.

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