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    Warmly Incribed and Signed by Erle Stanley Gardner

    Erle Stanley Gardner. The Case of the Waylaid Wolf. New York: William Morrow and Company, [1959]. First edition. With a warm, full-page inscription signed by Gardner on the front free endpaper. Octavo. 247, [2, publisher's catalog] pages. Publisher's yellow cloth with black titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Minor edge wear to book and jacket. Spine slightly cocked. Light rubbing to jacket, with mild sunning to the spine, which is also a bit sunned. Very good. From the collection of Hedwig "Hedy" Antonia Roripaugh, who worked as a secretary and assistant for mystery writer Earle Stanley Gardner, at his Rancho Paisano near Temecula California, from around 1946 until the mid 1960s.

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    October, 2013
    17th Thursday
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