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Bad Fall by Charles P. Crawford

Bad Fall by Charles P. Crawford

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New York : Harper & Row, 1972. First Edition. Stated. Hardcover. 140 pages ; 22 cm. $3.95 dust jacket with minimal wear. Rubbing, selfwear and fraying to head and tail of spine of cover board. Bookplate on flyleaf. Pages are unmarked. Binding firm.


Bad Fall by Charles P. Crawford

Sean Richardson doesn't expect ninth grade to be any more exciting than school has always been-but that's before he meets Wade Sabbat.

Wade is incredible. His charm and self-confidence make it appear almost okay to "borrow" a car and drive it without a license. Wade seems to have a hypnotic power which he uses to play cruel tricks on many of Sean's friends. And he induces Sean to join him in these "pranks."

Sean is fascinated by Wade and flattered to be his best friend—and so be allows himself to be drawn deeper into Wade's world. Sean knows that soon he will have to "put on the brakes," but he isn't ready for the sudden crash that comes.

From its engrossing beginning to its terrifying conclusion, Charles Crawford's novel is rich in insight and understanding.

Charles P. Crawford was born in Wayne, Pennsylvania, and now teaches English in a junior high school there. He was graduated from Williams College and obtained his master's degree from Johns Hopkins University. Mr. Crawford and his wife, Nancy, who is also a teacher, are living in Devon, Pennsylvania, BAD FALL is the author's first book.


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