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    Leigh Brackett. No Good from a Corpse. New York: [1944]. First edition.

    More Information: Leigh Brackett. No Good from a Corpse. New York: [1944]. First edition. Octavo. [vi], 202 pages. Publisher's grey cloth, spine lettered in dark green, in original dust jacket. Spine leaning slightly, with vertical crease down center, previous owner signature on front pastedown and bookseller's ticket on rear pastedown, occasional light soiling. Dust jacket edges worn, folds starting to split with chips at ends, reseller's price written in holograph crayon at upper margin of front flap. About very good overall. From the collection of Dr. Stuart David Schiff.

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    April, 2016
    6th Wednesday
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