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    Craig Rice. The Right Murder. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1941. First edition.
    Octavo. [viii], 311, [1, blank] pages. Publisher's full dark gray buckram, front board stamped in gilt, spine stamped in red and gilt. In the original publisher's price-clipped dust jacket. Minor bumping to spine and corners, light rubbing to boards, some soiling to lower edge of text block. Jacket spine sunned, a small hole (about the size of a nickel) on the rear jacket panel, some edgewear, mild chipping, creasing, and a few short tears to the jacket, some thumbsoiling to rear jacket panel, rear jacket flap clipped. Good.


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    December, 2019
    5th Thursday
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