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    G. K. Chesterton. The Man Who Knew Too Much. London: Cassell and Company, [1922]. First edition. Octavo (7.375 x 4.875 inches; 188 x 123 mm.). [2, blank], [viii], 307, [308], [2, blank] pages. Publisher's dark bluish green cloth, spine and front board lettered in dark blue, front board ruled in dark blue, in original dust jacket. Bottom edge of board lightly worn; bottom corners bumped; small bump to top edge of rear board; spine ends lightly worn. Endpapers faintly foxed; light marginal staining to pages 144 and 145. Dust jacket edges lightly worn, with a small chip to the crown (stopping just above the lettering) and a short (under one inch) closed tear at each of the flap folds; spine panel faintly dulled; soiled; some lettering rubbed away on rear panel; verso faintly browned at spine panel with some discoloration from three pieces of tape since removed. Very good. Anthology of stories featuring Horne Fisher. No substantial connection to the two Alfred Hitchcock films of the same name. From the KoKo Collection.

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