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    Christiana Brand. Death of Jezebel. London: The Bodley Head, 1949. First edition. Signed and inscribed by the author to Otto and Carolyn Penzler. Signed and inscribed by the author to the front free endpaper recto, "This was an attempt / to write like the early / Ellery Queens - & not / too bad a shot either? / (?) / Otto & Carolyn - / Christiana Brand / 1982."
    Octavo. 207, [1] pp. Minor edgewear, top edge of boards faded. Endpapers with minor foxing. Internally generally clean; minor intermittent foxing, minor edgewear. Dust jacket unclipped (price 8s. 6d net); minor edgewear, spine panel sunned, top edge toned. Very good book with very good dust jacket.

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