Author:Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003)

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The Widow

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Pantheon Books: 1979

Edition: First American Edition..

Seller ID: 019422

Condition: Near Fine


Book is square & tight in blue quarter cloth & dark blue paper wrapped boards. Light foxing starting on top & bottom edges. Small red Pantheon logo on top edge. Jacket lightly edge rubbed creases on flaps. The author's1st mystery novel to feature Arlette, the widow of Inspector van der Valk as the heroine. View more info

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Arlette

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Pantheon Books.: 1981

Edition: First American Edition..

Seller ID: 019331

Condition: Fine


Book is square & tight in gray quarter cloth & black cloth boards. Jacket edge rubbed with small closed tear at top of front panel & crease to rear flap. The author's 2nd novel to feature Arlette, the widow of Inspector van der Valk. (The first was The Widow). The story of a missing boy and the seamier side of life in Strasbourg. View more info

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The Back of the NorthWind.

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003)

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York, Viking.: 1985

Edition: First American Edition..

Seller ID: 019364

Condition: Near Fine


Nice copy. Small soil spot on fore edge. Jacket lightly edge rubbed. No tears or chips. The 7th Henri Castang mystery. Just back from vacation, Castang must deal with the cannibalistic murder of a young woman and a ruthless bid for political power that will stop at nothing. View more info

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Sand Castles

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Mysterious Press: 1990

Edition: First U.S. Edition..

Seller ID: 019411

Condition: Near Fine


Hardcover in black quarter cloth & purple paper-wrapped boards. Light soil to top edge. Light crease to top of front jacket flap. First published in Great Britain in 1989. The last novel in the Inspector Piet Van der Valk series. On vacation with his wife on the North Holland coast, Van der Valk stumbles on a local protection racket. And that's just the beginning. View more info

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The Night Lords.

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003).

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York., Pantheon Books.: 1978.

Edition: First American Edition.

Seller ID: 18614

Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket. Light dust soil to top edge. Small ink mark at top corner of front free endpaper. Binding solid. Text clean. Jacket edge worn with two small tears at foot of spine. Price intact on front flap.


The author's 4th novel featuring French police inspector Henri Castang. The daughter of an English High Court justice vacationing in France finds the body of a young woman in the back seat of the family Rolls. Then the plot thickens. View more info

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A City Solitary.

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003).

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York., Viking.: 1985.

Edition: First American Edition.

Seller ID: 18628

Condition: Near fine in very good jacket. Remainder marks on bottom edge. Jacket lightly edge rubbed. No tears or chips.


Set in the south of France. Three thieves invade the home of a novelist. The loss to the novelist is slight, but soon his allegiance begins to shift, from the side of "justice" to the side of his antagonist. View more info

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Cold Iron.

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003).

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York., Viking.: 1986.

Edition: First U.S. Edition.

Seller ID: 18853

Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket. Light dust soil to top edge. Head of jacket spine bumped. No tears or chips. Binding solid.


The author's 9th novel featuring French police Commissaire Henri Castang. Castang is posted to an ugly provincial area in northern France where the wife of a powerful business tycoon is found murdered. View more info

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The Bugles Blowing.

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003).

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York., Harper & Row.: 1975.

Edition: First U.S. Edition.

Seller ID: 18613

Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket. Book is square, tight & clean. Crack at half title page. Binding still solid. Jacket lightly edge worn & faded. No tears or chips.


The author's second novel to feature French policeman Henri Castang. A voice on the telephone to Police Judiciare announces that he is a murderer. The caller is the French Inspector of Finance. View more info

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No Part in Your Death.

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003).

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York., Viking.: 1984.

Edition: First U.S. Edition.

Seller ID: 18852

Condition: Fine in near fine dust jacket. Book is square, tight & clean in solid binding. Crease to front jacket flap. No tears or chips.


The author's 8th novel featuring French police Commissaire Henri Castang. "Three times running in three different countries, he finds himself taking a part, a share, and perhaps responsibility in the deaths of others. His professional sangfroid is tested to its limits." (from the dust jacket). View more info

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Wolfnight.

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003).

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York., Pantheon Books.: 1982.

Edition: First American Edition.

Seller ID: 18552

Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket. Remainder mark & light dust soil on top edge. Slight spine lean. "Discard" stamp on front pastedown endpaper. Text bright. Binding solid. Jacket lightly edge rubbed with light sunning to rear panel.


The author's 6th novel featuring Henri Castang. "a novel of contemporary intrigue and politics, as well as a moving portrait of a policeman caught in a universal and timeless web." (from the dust jacket). View more info

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Tsing-Boom.

By: Freeling, Nicolas (1927-2003).

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York., Harper & Row.: 1969.

Edition: First U.S. Edition.

Seller ID: 18629

Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket. Slight pull at head of spine. Book is clean in solid binding. Jacket lightly rubbed at spine ends. No tears or chips.


The author's 8th Commissaire Van der Valk mystery. A woman is brutally murdered. Her husband, a Dutch Sergeant major, is apparently not the murderer. Van der Valk goes to France to investigate the woman's past leading to a General and Viet Nam. View more info