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    Agatha Christie. Thirteen at Dinner. New York: 1933. First American edition.

    More Information: Agatha Christie. Thirteen at Dinner. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1933. First American edition. Octavo. viii, [2], 305, [1] pages. Publisher's full red cloth, front and spine lettered in black. Original illustrated dust jacket. Fore-edge untrimmed; other edges trimmed. Minimal shelf wear at extremities of binding; bottom end of spine slightly pushed. Normal age toning to edges and interior of text block; top edge faintly dusty; one spot of soiling at bottom edge. Clean, bright interior. Some slight chipping at spine and flap fold ends of jacket; general toning; a bit of rubbing to exposed panels, with some soft creasing at joints and flap folds; flaps clipped. Uneven toning at endpapers. Virtually fine book in a near fine jacket. Published in England under the title Lord Edgware Dies.

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