Voodoo'd

By: Perkins, Kenneth

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New Orleans set mystery. "Basil Boyean, Creole aristocrat, idol of New Orleans society, had recently undergone a gland operation for the cure of malaria. The gland had been transplanted from the corpse of a convicted murderer, and despite his unbelief in Voodoo, Boyean felt an irrestible, inexplicable force drawing him to the old manse where Bertram Juvenal had been found dead, his throat lacerated by fingermarks and swollen from a virulent poison. Boyean applied for a room, as the manse now took lodgers, and next morning another Juvenal was found dead in the room adjoining Boyean's. The fingermarks on his throat were unmistakably those of the deceased murderer ..." Green cloth boards. Heavy sunning to spine. Exposed board material at corners. Fraying at edges and edges (closed, reinforced where possible). Front hinge repaired with rice paper. 289 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 2 pounds. Category: Fiction::Mystery & Thriller ; Inventory No: 027886. Hardcover

Title: Voodoo'd

Author Name: Perkins, Kenneth

Categories: Mystery & Thriller,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Harper & Brothers: 1931

ISBN Number: No ISBN

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good Condition

lbs: 1.88 lbs

Seller ID: 027886

Keywords: BZDB373 Fiction::Mystery & Thriller ; Voodood Kenneth Perkins Hardcover