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DescriptionAgatha Christie. And Then There Were None. New York: 1940. First U. S. edition.
Agatha Christie. And Then There Were None. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1940. First U. S. edition. Octavo. , 264, [2, blank] pages. Publisher's full tan cloth, spine and front lettered in orange; fore-edge untrimmed, others trimmed, top edge stained red-orange; original illustrated dust jacket. Head of spine just barely pushed; slightest trace of shelf wear at lower corners. Mild age yellowing to edges of text block; endpapers tanned. Spine panel of jacket sunned; soft creases and minor rubbing at joints and flap folds; flaps clipped; two small spots of red rubbing at verso. Very nearly fine. Published in England the previous year under the title Ten Little Niggers. Later reissued in America as Ten Little Indians. One of the best-selling books of all time.
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