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    Gardner Low [Pseudonym of Charles Rodda]. Invitation to Kill. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1937. First Edition. Octavo. 288 pp. Publisher's black cloth with orange-stamped spine; with original illustrated dust jacket printed on yellow paper. Corners just bumped; minor edgewear; boards moderately rubbed. Internally generally clean; some foxing, chiefly contained to edges; text-block slightly toned. Dust jacket with minor edgewear; small closed tears in head and foot of spine panel, spine heavily sunned; reinforced on verso with clear tape. Very good book with good dust jacket.

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