New York: E. P. Dutton and Co / Saturday Review Press, 1975. [Underworld crime novel] FIRST EDITION. Octavo (21 x 14cm), pp.152; , blank. Publisher's yellow cloth over ochre boards lettered to spine in blue, illustrated dust-jacket. Minor ink rub to fore-edge and faint old label mark to flyleaf else a lovely fine copy of the book in similar wrapper with a little wear to the crown. A striking example. Edwin Torres is a former New York State Supreme Court judge, famed for his gritty crime novels Carlito's Way (1975) and its sequel After Hours (1979), which chronicle the life of Carlito Brigante, a Puerto Rican drug kingpin, hustler and former convict. Item #53566
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