New York: The Third Press/Joseph Okpaku Pub, 1975. Hardcover. 208p., very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped brick colored dj with mild edgewear. Suspense tale about a valuable and sacred African statue, a collector of African art and a trio of men searching for the totem in America and Africa. The author is NOT the African American professor from North Carolina but a writer who was born inHartford, CT and lived in NYC. (Inventory #: 223942)
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