Death Goes Native

Long, Max

Published by Gem Publications, 1944
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New York. 1944. Gem Publications. 1st Paperback Edition. Good In Worn Wrappers. 21. 128 pages. paperback. keywords:. inventory # 35704. FROM THE PUBLISHER - ‘My light had fallen on a metallic object, familiar enough. but where it had no business to be. It was the head of a fish spear, and it a buried deep in Delmar's back.’ With this discovery, terror invaded the Eden that some strange people had tried to establish in the wild and beautiful Valley of Waimaka. The past from which each one had fled refused to be erased. Old crimes relentlessly led to new ones. The peaceful tropical island became stormy with threat and danger. Max Long is the author of THE LAVA FLOW NIL RDERS and MURDER BETWEEN DARK AND DARK. In DEATH GOES NATIVE he again employs the talents of the witty Hawaiian cop, Komaka. And, as always, the plot is fast and the suspense is complete. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Death Goes Native
Publisher: Gem Publications
Publication Date: 1944
Binding: paperback
Book Condition: Good In Worn Wrappers
Edition: 1st Edition.

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Book Description Gem Publications, 1944. paperback. Condition: Good In Worn Wrappers. 1st edition. New York. 1944. . Gem Publications. 1st Paperback Edition. Good In Worn Wrappers . ISBN:. Digest-Size. 128 pages. paperback. . . FROM THE PUBLISHER - ‘My light had fallen on a metallic object, familiar enough. but where it had no business to be. It was the head of a fish spear, and it a buried deep in Delmar's back.’ With this discovery, terror invaded the Eden that some strange people had tried to establish in the wild and beautiful Valley of Waimaka. The past from which each one had fled refused to be erased. Old crimes relentlessly led to new ones. The peaceful tropical island became stormy with threat and danger. Max Long is the author of THE LAVA FLOW NIL RDERS and MURDER BETWEEN DARK AND DARK. In DEATH GOES NATIVE he again employs the talents of the witty Hawaiian cop, Komaka. And, as always, the plot is fast and the suspense is complete. . inventory #35551. Seller Inventory # z35551

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Book Description J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1941. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition. Book is sturdy and square but cloth boards are dingy and soiled and endpapers browned with age. Jacket flap pasted inside. Mystery set in Hawaii with Kamako, the genial Hawaiian detective. Author is the writer of several books on metaphysics. Seller Inventory # 021934

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Book Description Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1941. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. Hawaii setting. Previous owner signature & date on front endpaper. Seller Inventory # 000239

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Book Description Lippincott., Philadelphia., 1941. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Spine a bit browned, small stains to boards, o/w very good. Tan cloth cover. 8vo. Murder mystery set in the 'valley of Waimaka' in Hawaii. 269pp. > Language: English | > Size: 8vo | > Media/Binding: Hardcover |. Seller Inventory # CORV-BBP-04179

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