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    Ellery Queen. The American Gun Mystery. New York: 1933. First edition.

    More Information: Ellery Queen. The American Gun Mystery. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1933. First edition. Octavo. [xii], 308 pages. Publisher's red cloth, spine lettered in black, front board ruled in blind and stamped and lettered black, in original dust jacket. Spine very gently leaning; light wear to bottom edge of boards. Endpapers lightly discolored with some very minor foxing. Jacket edges worn, particularly at spine ends and folds; spine panel rubbed with a small blemish near the publisher's imprint; a few diagonal creases to rear flap; verso rubbed with some discoloration from binding at spine panel, three faint tidemarks, not visible on recto. Still, an attractive, near fine, copy. The sixth Ellery Queen mystery. From the KoKo Collection.

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