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    Bruce Campbell. Seven Ken Holt Mysteries, including: The Clue of the Phantom Car. London Manchester: World Distributors Limited, [1957]. First edition. Twelvemo. 208 pages. Publisher's red cloth with black titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Moderate shelf wear to the book and jacket, with minor paper loss and rubbing to the jacket. Boards lightly bowed. Lightly rubbed and bumped corners. Textblock and textblock edges mildly toned. Overall, a very good copy. [and:] The Mystery of the Green Flame. New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, [1955]. First edition. Twelvemo. 212 pages. Publisher's brown cloth with black titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Moderate shelf wear to the book and jacket, with minor paper loss and rubbing to the jacket. Spine slightly skewed. Lightly rubbed and bumped corners. Textblock mildly toned. Previous owner's signature on half-title page. Overall, a very good copy. [and:] The Mystery of the Iron Box. London Manchester: World Distributors Limited, [1957]. First edition. Twelvemo. 208 pages. Publisher's red cloth with black titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Moderate shelf wear to the book and jacket, with minor paper loss and rubbing to the jacket. Boards lightly bowed. Lightly rubbed and bumped corners. Overall, a very good copy. [and:] The Mystery of the Plumed Serpent. London Manchester: World Distributors Limited, [1962]. First edition. Twelvemo. 175 pages. Publisher's red cloth with black titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Moderate shelf wear to the book and jacket, with minor paper loss and rubbing to the jacket. Boards lightly bowed. Lightly rubbed and bumped corners. Textblock and textblock edges toned. Overall, a very good copy. [and:] The Mystery of the Sultan's Scimitar. New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, [1963]. First edition. Twelvemo. 177 pages. Publisher's illustrated boards. Moderate shelf wear and rubbing to the boards. Lightly rubbed and bumped corners. A square copy in very good condition. [and:] The Mystery of the Invisible Enemy. New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, [1959]. First edition. Twelvemo. 182 pages. Publisher's brown cloth with black titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Moderate shelf wear to the book and jacket, with minor rubbing to the jacket. Spine slightly skewed. Lightly rubbed and bumped corners. Boards slightly bowed. Overall, a very good copy. [and:] The Mystery of the Grinning Tiger. New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, [1956]. First edition. Twelvemo. 209 pages. Publisher's brown cloth with black titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Moderate shelf wear to the book and jacket, with minor paper loss and rubbing to the jacket. Lightly rubbed and bumped corners. Textblock mildly toned. Overall, a very good copy. From the Robert and Diane Yaspan Collection.

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