Jack Finney, pseudonym; [Walter Bradden Finney].
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DescriptionJack Finney, pseudonym; [Walter Bradden Finney]. The Body Snatchers. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1955. First English edition, first hardcover edition. Signed and inscribed by the author to the title page, "Best good wishes, / Jack Finney." 12mo. 192 pages. Publisher's bright red cloth, spine lettered in black; original illustrated dust jacket. Corners just bumped, foot of spine just pushed, minor edgewear. Cream endpapers; minor foxing, some worming to front hinge and rear endpapers. Internally generally clean and tight, all edges trimmed; text block toned with minor edgewear. Dust jacket unclipped (10s 6d); minor edgewear, somewhat creased along folds, spine sunned, somewhat foxed to verso. Very good book with very good dust jacket.
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