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    Agatha Christie. Death Comes as the End. London: [1945]. First edition, signed.

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    Agatha Christie. Death Comes as the End. London: The Crime Club, [1945]. First edition. Signed and dated ("Aug. 1948") by Christie on the front free endpaper. Small octavo. 160 pages. Publisher's full orange cloth, spine lettered in black. In original publisher's dust jacket. Upper and lower edges of binding sunned; spine edges bumped; corners a bit bumped; tape residue on front pastedown; text a bit toned. Jacket spine toned; edges of jacket spine worn with a few short tears; jacket panels somewhat toned; a few short tears to jacket panels; some thumbsoiling to jacket panels. Overall, a good example. An unusual entry in the Christie canon, this novel takes place in Ancient Egypt. From the James C. Seacrest Collection.



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