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    Dermot Morrah, [pseudonym of Michael MacGregor]. The Mummy Case Mystery. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1933. First edition. Octavo. 303 pages. Publisher's red-stamped black cloth; scarce original illustrated dust jacket. Minor edgewear. Front endpaper slightly toned, rear free endpaper partially adhered to rear pastedown. Internally generally clean; minor foxing on edges, pages unevenly toned. Dust jacket unclipped (price $2.00); minor edgewear, minor chipping to foot of spine panel, minor soiling on back panel, somewhat rubbed. Very good book with very good dust jacket. Catalogue of Crime, 2529.

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