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Book Description
First edition, first printing. Publisher’s original dark green cloth with light green titles to the upper board and spine, in dustwrapper. Top edge green. An excellent near fine copy, the binding square and firm, the contents with a previous owner’s ink name to the front endpaper are otherwise clean throughout. Complete with the lightly rubbed and nicked dustwrapper, featuring fabulous wraparound artwork by Gale, which has a few small chips to the corners, a couple of closed tears (one with a piece of tape to the underside) and some associated creasing. Correctly priced 7/6 net to the front flap. Scarce in the dustwrapper.
Dealer Notes
One of six Hubin listed Inspector Luckcraft novels by the UK domiciled Australian born author whose admirers included Dorothy L. Sayers amongst others. This story revolves around a country house and its haunted and deserted pavilion by the lake.
Author Arthur J. REES
Date 1930
Publisher London: John Lane, The BodleyHead
Condition Excellent

Price: £675.00

Offered by Lucius Books Ltd

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