Inscribed first edition of Woods' Edgar Award-winning first novel, following three generations of police chiefs as they hunt a serial killer.
Near fine in like dust jacket.
CHIEFS was adapted into a CBS television mini-series in 1983, starring Charlton Heston, Keith Carradine, and Billy Dee Williams. It was nominated for three Emmys.
New york and London: W. W. Norton & Company, (1981). 9.25'' x 6''. Original blue cloth-backed boards with gilt titles to spine. Original unclipped ($14.95) color pictorial dust jacket, designed and illustrated by Pamela A. Ross. 428 pages. Signed by Woods and inscribed ("Edgar Winner") to title page, dated 1982. Jacket with mild edgewear, one tiny spot of soil. Binding lightly sunned to edges, spine ends mildly bumped. Shows well.
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