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The Fear in Yesterday's Rings

Chesbro, George C.

Published by Mysterious Press, 1991, 1991
ISBN 10: 0892963964 / ISBN 13: 9780892963966
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Title: The Fear in Yesterday's Rings

Publisher: Mysterious Press, 1991

Publication Date: 1991

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine, New and Unread

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine in Plastic DJ Cover

Edition: First Edition, First Printing

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Hard Cover. Fine, New and Unread/Fine in Plastic DJ Cover. First Edition, First Printing. Bookseller Inventory # 001608

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Synopsis: Stated first printing. A near fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Dust soiling to the edges of the book's upper page block. A Mongo Mystery.

From Publishers Weekly: Chesbro's ( The Language of Cannibals ) latest Mongo mystery is a bizarre tale featuring a canine-like menace called a lobox, a heretofore extinct species revitalized by clever genetic engineering and inbreeding. The men responsible for these mutant creatures are also the operators of The World Circus. PI Mongo Frederickson and old friend Harper Rhys-Whitney, snake charmer turned herpetologist, hope to purchase The World Circus for its former owner and their old boss, Phil Statler, who years ago had transformed Mongo from an insecure dwarf into "Mongo the Magnificent," a talented acrobat and animal handler. While in the Midwest trying to locate the circus owners, Mongo and Rhys-Whitney begin to suspect that the grisly murders which the tabloids call the work of werewolves are in some way connected to The World Circus and its brilliant but evil owners. Mongo, as always, is a likable character. But a weak story and an almost total lack of suspense make this mystery a miss.
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