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    [Golf Mysteries]. Herbert Adams. Group of Six First or First American Editions. London [and:] New York: [Various Publishers], 1924-1957. Together, six octavo volumes. Various paginations. Publisher's cloth bindings. All but two in original publisher's dust jackets. Bindings worn and soiled, some soiling in text, a few titles skewed. Jackets generally worn and soiled. Fair.

    Titles include:

    The Secret of Bogey House (no jacket).

    The Perfect Round (no jacket).

    The Woman in Black (first American).

    The Golf House Murder (first American, price-clipped jacket, tape repairs to verso).

    The Body in the Bunker (first American, the jacket is trimmed a bit short, tape and glue residue on jacket).

    Death on the First Tee.

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    December, 2019
    5th Thursday
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