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Book Description
8vo. First edition. Original red cloth, gilt. Red endpapers. Spine worn at both ends and with a split down the back joint. Patchy fading and darkening to covers. Corner tips a bit rubbed. Small neat ink ownership repeated on the free endpaper, the next blank leaf and the title page. Label for The Times Book Club, Wigmore Street on the bottom edge of the rear pastedown. Good +.
Dealer Notes
‘Murder didn’t mean much to Raven. It was just a new job.’ Uncommon.
Author Greene, Graham
Date 1936
Publisher London, William Heinemann Ltd

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