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    Gypsy Rose Lee. The G-String Murders. New York: 1941. First edition. Inscribed by the author. Octavo. [10], 305, [2, about the author], [1, blank] pages. Publisher's black cloth, spine and front lettered in gilt; top edge of text block trimmed and stained red; original illustrated dust jacket. Shelf wear and mild dust soiling at extremities of binding. Endpapers softly dulled, with traces of adhesive residue; bookplate at front pastedown. Text block dulled; top edge dust-soiled. Hint of dulling to jacket; minimal edge wear; short tear at head of front flap. Near fine. Accompanied by two pieces of ephemera: a publisher's pamphlet of printed letters from Lee, as well as a piece of folding promotional material designed to look like a pair of women's legs.

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