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    Agatha Christie. Why Didn't They Ask Evans? London: The Crime Club Ltd. By W. Collins Sons & Co Ltd, 1934. First edition. Octavo (7.25 x 5 inches; 185 x 123 mm.). [2], 252, [2] pages. Publisher's full red cloth, front and spine lettered in black; all edges trimmed; original illustrated dust jacket. Spine a touch skewed. Light shelf wear at extremities of binding; one or two soft bumps; spine ends slightly pushed; one or two tiny spots of soiling to boards. Top edge of text block spotted; a few small scuff marks to remaining edges. Mild rubbing at exposed panels of jacket; some light soiling and creasing; minimal paper loss at spine and flap fold ends. Near fine.

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    September, 2019
    5th Thursday
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