NY, Dutton, 1967. The second novel by the author who is perhaps best-known for having written the screenplay for the film adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five, which won the first Hugo Award ever given to a film. Warmly inscribed by Geller to his in-laws in the year of publication. Stamp of another author on the front pastedown; spotting to edges; near fine in a rubbed, very good dust jacket. [#033456] $150
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