From the Back Cover
She had become a woman, without losing the beauty of the girl he had loved. Now, seated in his car, Mike didn’t want to be seen, but he couldn’t tear his eyes away from the brief but intense struggle taking place in the red Porsche parked near him. Suddenly Sandra tore herself away from Paul, leaped from the car and ran to the edge of the cliff. “WAIT!” The cry had burst from Mike’s lips without thought … but there was nothing he could do. …A rain of falling pebbles, as the girl’s heels loosened an already precarious foothold. Then, like an awkward swan diver, she vanished into space.
A Savage Place by Frank G. Slaughter. From the 1st Pocket Books printing in July 1965. This paperback book measures 6-3/8″ x 4-1/8″ and has 264 pages inked in red on three sides.
Click to enlarge the scan for a better look. The cover has lighter handling/storage. The spine has light curve and forward lean. The pages are toning from age but are in good condition. The binding is not the best but it should hold out for your reading if you take care. No markings or price stickers. From clean, smoke-free home.
Generally sent the same day you pay. Unless you request otherwise, I will back this with one piece of box cardboard (to help prevent the Post Office from bending it), wrap it in plastic wrap (to help protect the item from moisture or torn packaging), then send inside a manila envelope (or brown paper) when sent via First Class Mail with Delivery Confirmation. This is the cheapest postage option that includes both item protection and tracking. See the shipping page to give you an estimate on the cost of a First Class Light package. I am delighted to combine postage and insurance costs if you purchase more than one item. The second item may travel for free or just a few cents more — so it’s worth taking a look at my other items before you complete your order.
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