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    Graham Greene. The Third Man and The Fallen Idol. London: [1950]. First edition, review copy.

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    Graham Greene. The Third Man and The Fallen Idol. London: William Heinemann, [1950]. First edition, Heinemann review slip laid in. Octavo. [vi], 188, [2, blank] pages. Publisher's black cloth, spine lettered in silver, publisher's windmill device stamped in blind on rear board; tan endpapers; in original dust jacket which is just barely taller than the book. Gentle spine lean; front board very slightly splayed. Endpapers browning slightly at page edges, with some light marginal discoloration to first and last leaves. Dust jacket edges lightly worn with a few short closed tears and some minor chipping, some likely due to jacket height; spine panel faintly dulled; light wear to folds; soft diagonal creasing to flaps. Very good, housed in a custom slipcase. Miller 26.c. Novelizations of two Greene screenplays, both directed by Carol Reed. From the KoKo Collection.

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