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    George Bagby. Group of Seven First Editions. New York: The Crime Club, Inc., 1938-1956.
    Together, seven octavo volumes. Various paginations. Publisher's cloth bindings. In original publisher's dust jackets. Some toning, edgewear, thumbsoiling to bindings, several with previous owner's markings, text generally toned. Jacket spines somewhat sunned, some edgewear, rubbing, chipping to jackets. Generally good.

    Titles include:

    Murder on the Nose.

    The Corpse with the Purple Thighs (jacket restored).

    Bird Walking Weather.

    The Corpse Wore a Wig.

    Red Is for Killing.

    Coffin Corner (price-clipped, restored dust jacket).

    Cop Killer (inscribed by the author).

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    December, 2019
    5th Thursday
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