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    Agatha Christie. Easy to Kill. New York: 1939. First U. S. edition.
    Agatha Christie. Easy to Kill. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1939. First U. S. edition. Octavo. [6], 248, [2, blank] pages. Publisher's light blue cloth, spine and front lettered in dark blue; fore-edges untrimmed, others trimmed, top edge stained blue; original illustrated dust jacket. Very slight lean to spine; a touch of wear and pushing to spine ends; speck of white soiling to author's name at front board; some soft bumping to edges and corners; trace of shelf wear to bottom edges. Edges and interior of text block very faintly yellowed; some small scratches to top and bottom edges; spot of dark rubbing at bottom corner; endpapers tanned a few shades, with a handful of small spots of soiling. Some tiny chips out of spine and flap fold ends; rubbing to exposed panels resulting in specks of color loss; fraying, with corresponding short tears and creasing, at bottom edge of rear panel; minuscule hole at rear panel; soft creasing and wear at spine and flap fold ends; flaps clipped. Very faint tanning at verso. Published in England earlier the same year as Murder is Easy.

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