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    A. A. Fair (pseudonym of Erle Stanley Gardner). Beware the Curves. New York: Morrow, 1956. First edition. Inscribed.

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    A. A. Fair (pseudonym of Erle Stanley Gardner). Beware the Curves. New York: William Morrow, 1956. First edition. Inscribed by Gardner to his friend, Dr. Robert Brittain, a forensic scientist who taught a course at Harvard, which Gardner attended.

    Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To/Rob/with all/good wishes/from both/Erle Stanley Gardner/and/A. A. Fair/January/1957". Octavo. 224 pages. Publisher's binding, dust jacket. Jacket spine a bit sunned, some wear, chipping, and minor soiling to jacket, some edgewear and light soiling to binding, corners slightly bumped. Still, very good.



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    October, 2012
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