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The Tin Angel (Signed)

Pines, Paul

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ISBN 10: 0688021670 / ISBN 13: 9780688021672
Published by William Morrow and Company, New York, 1983
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Inscribed by the author on the front flyleaf. First edition stated and the printing numerals begin with 1. No wear to the binding. Pages are tight and clean with no marks. Some foxing along the edges of the text block. The priced (not clipped) dust jacket shows some light foxing to the white areas and some light edge wear, no sun fading. DJ in an archival protector. Bookseller Inventory # MP15-1761B

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Title: The Tin Angel (Signed)

Publisher: William Morrow and Company, New York

Publication Date: 1983

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Signed: Signed by Author

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Set in New York's Lower East Side in the 1970's, when it was fast becoming the heart of the cultural underground, jazz club owner Pablo Waitz, takes us on a journey in search of his partner's killer. If The Tin Angel offers a murder to be solved, a world of crime to be explored, it also offers a search for other truths. For both in murder and in life, Pablo discovers that the past can be as dangerous as the present.The drug/jazz world of New York's East Village has seldom been rendered more honestly or graphically than in this fine first mystery.-Publishers Weekly

About the Author:

Paul Pines grew up in Brooklyn around the corner from Ebbet?s Field. He moved to the Lower East Side of New York in 1961. In the early seventies he opened his own bar and jazz club on the Bowery, The Tin Palace, which served as the basis for his critically acclaimed novel, The Tin Angel (Morrow, 1983). A second novel, Redemption, set against the Guatamalan genocide of the 80?s, was published by Editions Rocher, 1997. His memoir, My Brother?s Madness, (Curbstone, 2007) explores the nature of delusion. He has published six books of poetry. Pines lives in Glens Falls, NY with his wife, Carol, and daughter, Charlotte, where he practices as a psychotherapist and hosts the Lake George Jazz Weekend.

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