Creases to spine and covers, spine slanted, corners bumped, some edge wear/chipping/darkening. Text block is clean and fairly tight.
"When Mark Brill, private detective, boarded the 12:40 a.m. 707 from Dulles Airport to Los Angeles, he had no idea that the gorgeous blonde in the next seat would soon plunge him into a case that would put his own life on the line. Shelly Rollins, a vulnerable but determined girl, was upset by her brother's suicide and begged Brill to remove the stain on his name. It was June 1972. The American prisoners of war had just come home from Vietnam. Hardly anyone cared whether Major Anthony Joseph Bruno . . . accused Sergeant Harold Rollins of collaborating with the enemy. And hardly anyone-but Shelly-noticed when Sergeant Rollins put a bullet through his right temple. It had promised to be a simple chore, but . . . "; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall