The Married Man's Guide to Adultery

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In The Married Man's Guide to Adultery, his first novel in English, P. G. Du Plessis has created a story which is on all levels - atmosphere, content and milieu - absorbing and universal.
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In The Married Man's Guide to Adultery, his first novel in English, P. G. Du Plessis has created a story which is on all levels - atmosphere, content and milieu - absorbing and universal. *Some edge wear; one or two closed tears at corners of dust jacket.*
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AuthorP.G. du Plessis
PublisherTafelberg
PlaceCape Town
Year1998
EditionFirst edition, as stated.
ISBN0624036839
BindingHardcover
ConditionGood
Dustjacket ConditionVery Good
CommentsSome edge wear; one or two closed tears at corners of dust jacket.
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