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Kendell Foster Crossen (M.E. Chaber)
Rinehart & Co, 1958. [KENDELL FOSTER CROSSEN]. ( M.E. CHABER PSEUDONYM). A HEARSE OF ANOTHER COLOR. Rinehart & Company Inc, New York, 1958. First Edition, First printing. Book Condition: Fine. Appears unread, in publisher's original black cloth boards, slightly age tanned pages typical of books of this age from this publisher, pages are clean and binding tight. Dust Jacket Condition: VG+. Unclipped with the original price of $2.95 on the upper first inner flap, lightly sunned spine, micro-chips, rubbing and creases to extremities typical of dust jackets of this age, jacket in professional collector mylar protector sleeve. Overall a about fine copy. Scarce signature and inscription on the first endpaper by pulp fiction author and comic book creator Kendell Foster Crossen. This is the eighth book of the 21 novel pulp fiction detective series featuring one of his most famous protagonists, insurance investigator Milo March, written by Crossen writing under the pseudonym M.E. Chaber. This novel A Hearse of Another Color features typical tongue and check hardboiled detective while embracing the Civil Rights movement of the times. The 1958 movie The Man Inside starring actors Jack Palance and Anita Ekberg was based on one of Crossen's novels in the series featuring the character Milo March. Paperback Library published all 21 novels of the series with cover art paintings by the the legendary pulp artist Robert McGinnis. Crossen wrote over 45 pulp fiction novels, 300 short stories, numerous screenplays and hundreds of radio scripts under many pseudonyms including; M.E. Chaber, Chris … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Astro Trader Books IOBA [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]

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