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    Two Suspense Thrillers, including: Tom Clancy. The Hunt for Red October. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, [1984]. Fourth printing. Octavo. 387 pages. Publisher's red cloth binding. Binding cocked. Rear hinge broken; rear endpapers stained. Several circular indentations to rear board. Ink gift inscription. Good. [and:] Frederick Forsyth. The Day of the Jackal. American Book of the Month Club edition. Octavo. 380 pages. Publisher's binding and dust jacket. A few closed tears to jacket, including a two-inch tear, repaired on the reverse with tape; spine darkened. Very good.

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    January, 2012
    19th Thursday
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