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    Anthony Berkeley. The Poisoned Chocolates Case. Garden City: 1929. First edition.

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    Anthony Berkeley. The Poisoned Chocolates Case. Garden City: Published for The Crime Club, Inc. by Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1929. First edition. Octavo. [2, blank], [viii], 299, [1, blank], [1, Crime Club statement], [1, blank] pages. Publisher's black cloth, front board lettered and stamped in red, spine lettered in red; in original dust jacket. Very minor spine lean; board edges just a touch rubbed. Light foxing to top edge of text block. Very slightly shaken with only occasional minor over-opening. Jacket lightly rubbed, particularly at folds, with a small blemish to spine panel; light edgewear with a few small closed tears; spine ends a bit worn; small, faint dampstain to front panel visible only on verso. Still, a near fine copy overall. A Haycraft-Queen Cornerstone. From the KoKo Collection.

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