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    Agatha Christie. The Boomerang Clue. New York: 1935. First American edition.

    More Information: Agatha Christie. The Boomerang Clue. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1935. First American edition. Octavo. vi, [2], 290, [6] pages. Publisher's full light gray cloth, front and spine stamped in dark red. Original illustrated dust jacket. Fore-edge untrimmed; others trimmed; top edge stained red. Fairly mild shelf wear to binding; backstrip a bit discolored; spine ends pushed and just starting to fray; a bit of very light rubbing and soiling to boards; corners bumped. Normal age toning with a bit of foxing and rubbing to edges of text block; some spots of soiling along top edge. Specks of foxing scattered throughout interior; occasional marginal soiling. General toning to jacket with some wear along edges and at joints and flap folds; two tears at bottom of front panel, 2.375", with rumpling between them; mild rubbing to exposed panels; flaps clipped. About near fine book in a very good jacket. Originally published in Britain as Why Didn't They Ask Evans?

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