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    Anthony Pelham. The Fortress of Ashes. London: Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., [N.D. but 1936]. Octavo. 316 pages. Publisher's black-stamped blue cloth; original illustrated dust jacket. Minor edgewear, foot of spine pushed. Front endpapers illustrated with map, front and rear endpapers unevenly toned. Internally clean; top edge darkened, minor edgewear, text block slightly toned in margins. Dust jacket with 7/6 net price on spine; moderate edgewear, front panel creased, chipping to head and foot of spine panel and corners, soiling on back panel, small open tear to foot of spine, reinforced on verso with cello tape. Very good book with good dust jacket.

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