Youll Never Get Me

Spike Morelli

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Title: Youll Never Get Me
Publisher: ARCHER BOOKS
Binding: Mass Market
Book Condition: Good

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Morelli, Spike
Published by Archer Kaywin, Cleveland (1952)
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Book Description Archer Kaywin, Cleveland, 1952. Book Condition: Very Good+ to Near Fine. First US edition. Vintage paperback digest, Archer 8, distributed in the US with US price on front by Kaywin Publishers. A square and solid book with bright uncreased covers, but a large book shoppe stamp on front with UK pricing, else minor wear to spine ends, small nick to rear fore edge. Internally sound, clean, and unmarked. Great Heade cover illustration, but .out damn spot. Bookseller Inventory # 01008999

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Morelli, Spike (aka William Newton / Wm Simpson )
Published by Cleveland, OH: Kaywin Publishers, 1952, 1st Edition, First Printing, Cleveland, Ohio (1952)
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Book Description Cleveland, OH: Kaywin Publishers, 1952, 1st Edition, First Printing, Cleveland, Ohio, 1952. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description ). Reginald Heade Cover Art ( aka: Cy / Cyrus Webb ) (illustrator). First Edition. -----------paperback, about 4.5 x 7 inches, a solid Very Good+ copy, light wear and rubbing, browning to the paper as usually seen, small nick on spine (and I do mean small ), super HEADE cover art showing a buxom blonde in a perfectly positioned negligee being menaced by a knife wielding thug, , any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Not Signed. Bookseller Inventory # 158310

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Morelli, Spike
Published by Archer (1952)
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Rob & June Edwards
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Book Description Archer, 1952. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Reginald Heade (illustrator). First Ed. First ed. Very good condition, moderate over all wear, small chip missing from upper right corner of front cover and upper left corner of rear cover. Cover by Reginald Heade. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 035839

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Newton, William writing as Spike Morelli
Published by Archer Books No. 8 / Kaywin Publishers, Cleveland, OH (1952)
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Book Description Archer Books No. 8 / Kaywin Publishers, Cleveland, OH, 1952. First American Edition. Republished by Kaywin Publishers in Cleveland, Ohio in 1952. Copyright states "1952, Kaywin Publishers, Inc." R & L. Locker, along with Archer and Harborough, published similar pulp digests between 1948 and 1954, essentially all three were a singular publisher. This was No. 60 in the Archer Press (UK) line, written by Morelli, a house name first used at R & L. Locker for its many gangster novels.Cover art by Reginald Heade, perhaps the most prolific of English pulp illustrators, who began creating covers in the mid 1930s. Very Good in illustrated wrappers. Light production wrinkle to the spine, with a few chips and light rubbing to the wrappers.Flanagan, Maurice, "British Gangster & Exploitation Paperbacks of the Postwar Years," p. 27. Bookseller Inventory # 130810

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