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    John D. MacDonald. Soft Touch. London: [1960]. First English (and first hardcover) edition.

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    John D. MacDonald. Soft Touch. London: Robert Hale, [1960]. First English (and first hardcover) edition. Octavo. 176 pages. Publisher's black paper-covered boards, spine lettered in yellowish green and stamped in silver, in original dust jacket. Very gentle spine lean. Dust jacket rear panel lightly rubbed with a few faint blemishes; trace edgewear; short closed tear to front flap; faint tidemark visible only on verso. Near fine. From the KoKo Collection.



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    September, 2017
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