The Woman Who Couldn't Die

By: Stringer, Arthur

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Originally serialised in three parts in the 'Pictorial Review' magazine under the title, 'The Blond Woman.' A Viking woman who, almost a thousand years previous, had been abducted and carried across the Atlantic to Canada's frigid Northwest Territories, is reborn as "romance bridges the gulf of time and brings to this year of grace the living presence of the Woman Who Couldn't Die." Black cloth w/gilt lettering/decoration to front cover, gilt spine lettering, 315 pages. Mild wear to corners/spine ends, lightly stained cloth, in lightly edgeworn dust jacket w/mild chipping to corners/spine ends, a hint of fading to spine, 1" tear to top edge of rear panel, small soil mark to left edge of rear panel, smudged rear panel. Dust jacket in protective mylar sleeve.

Title: The Woman Who Couldn't Die

Author Name: Stringer, Arthur

Categories: Science Fiction--Fantasy--Horror (hardcover),

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company: 1929

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: About Very Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Size: Small Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall

Seller ID: 014872

Keywords: Arthur Stringer, Vikings, romance, Canadian North, Northwest Territories, NOISBN