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    Carolyn Wells. Murder in the Bookshop. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, [1936]. First edition.
    Octavo. 308, [4, blank] pages. Publisher's full red cloth, front board and spine stamped in black. In publisher's original dust jacket. Cloth spine toned, binding edgeworn and soiled, text toned with occasional thumbsoiling. Bookshop inkstamp on front pastedown, lending library bookplate on front free endpaper, multiple dated inkstamps on rear free endpaper. Skewed. Jacket spine toned, creased and chipped, jacket panels quite soiled with chipping and several tears. Fair.


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