Book Description

First edition. Publisher's original blue cloth lettered in white (nice and bright) on spine; top edge stained blue. Light rubbing to extremities; five pinprick-sized faded spots on rear cover.
Dealer Notes
Contains nine short stories published in The Strand Magazine between 1914 and 1938, plus three others.
The author, whose second name was Clerihew, invented the eponymous humorous verse form e.g.,
Daniel Defoe
Lived a long time ago.
He had nothing to do, so
He wrote Robinson Crusoe
Author E. C. Bentley
Date 1938
Binding Original cloth
Publisher London: Thomas Nelson
Condition Fine copy
Pages 280

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