Título: The Devil Wears Wings
Editorial: New York: Abelard-Schuman,
Año de publicación: 1960
Edición: First Edition.
One of Whittington's best novels, a terrific heist caper featuring a alcoholic pilot staring down the dark tunnel of his failed life when he catches wind of a scheme that just might make him rich--if everything goes according to plan. Featured in Black Lizard's important series of reprints, this is one of only five hardcovers published by one of the genre's most prolific paperback pulpmeisters (we have two others in stock). Fine in a very attractive dustwrapper with light wear to the spine extremities. The price is intact on the dustwrapper, which also has a British price label (12/6) affixed to the bottom of the flap. A superior copy of a fantastic book difficult to find in collectable condition. N° de ref. de la librería 13279
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