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DescriptionAgatha Christie. Appointment with Death. London: The Crime Club by Collins, 1938. First edition. Octavo (7.5 x 5 inches; 192 x 127 mm.). 252,  pages. Publisher's full red cloth, spine lettered in black. Original illustrated dust jacket. All edges trimmed. Minor shelf wear at extremities of binding; top edge a bit soiled; spine slightly warped; a bit of discoloration to boards, most pronounced at rear. A bit of rubbing and speckling to edges of text block. Normal light age toning to interior of text block; tiny amount of soiling to endpapers; previous owner bookplate tipped to front pastedown. Mild rubbing and light soiling to exposed panels of jacket; minimal wear at spine and flap fold ends. Very nearly fine. A Hercule Poirot mystery.
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