Signed limited edition of Highsmith's collected short fiction of crime in the animal kingdom.
Near fine in near fine slipcase.
THE ANIMAL LOVER'S BOOK OF BEASTLY MURDER
"People had said since he was a pup that his intelligence was extraordinary."
Lovely signed special edition of these thematically linked short stories with a sublimely accurate title. Includes "The Bravest Rat in Venice," "Harry: A Ferret," and others. First American publication; American trade edition published the same year.
New York: Penzler Books, (1986). 8'' x 5.5''. Original yellow cloth with metallic green spine lettering. In original cloth slipcase; no jacket as issued. , 230 pages. Signed by Highsmith at colophon and numbered #61 of 250 signed and numbered copies. Minor bumping to corners. Very slight wear and soil to slipcase.
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