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    Agatha Christie. Murder in Three Acts. New York: 1934. First American edition.

    More Information: Agatha Christie. Murder in Three Acts. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1934. First American edition. Octavo. [8], 279, [1] pages. Publisher's full orange cloth, front and spine lettered in black. Original illustrated dust jacket. Fore-edge untrimmed; others trimmed; top edge stained red. Minimal shelf wear to binding; spine ends slightly softened and just about to start fraying; a bit of light rubbing and soiling to boards. Normal mild age toning to edges and interior of text block; top edge a touch faded and dust-soiled. Previous owner signature to front free endpaper; one or two spots of faint spot-staining scattered at margins throughout. Minimal edge wear with a handful of soft creases to jacket; general minor rubbing to exposed panels; flaps clipped. Near fine. Originally published in Britain under the title Three Act Tragedy.

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