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    Julian Hawthorne. Section 558. New York: Cassell, 1888. First edition. [Together with:] Julian Hawthorne. Another's Crime. New York: Cassell, 1888. First edition. [And:] Julian Hawthorne. The Great Bank Robbery. New York: Cassell, 1887. First edition. [And:] Julian Hawthorne. An American Penman. New York: Cassell, 1887. First edition.

    Section 558. Sextodecimo. 246 pages. Front board and spine with black and gold lettering and illustrations. No dust jacket. Sharp edges. Bumped corners. Light toning on paste down end paper. Light toning on each page. Very Good.

    Another's Crime. Sextodecimo. 242 pages. Front board and spine with black and gold lettering and illustrations. No dust jacket. Sharp edges. Bumped corners. Light toning on paste down end paper. Has "Florence / & / Edward / Kaye" sticker on paste down. Light Light toning on each page. Very Good.

    The Great Bank Robbery. Sextodecimo. 235 pages. Front board and spine with black and gold lettering and illustrations. No dust jacket. Sharp edges. Bumped corners. Creasing throughout cover. Good.

    An American Penman. Sextodecimo. 280 pages. Front board and spine with black and gold lettering and illustrations. Clear dust jacket. Sharp edges. Bumped corners. Light toning on paste down end paper. Very Good.

    Julian Hawthorne (1846-1934) was a prolific novelist and journalist, and was the son of Nathaniel Hawthorne. He wrote many mystery novels, and was jailed for mail fraud in 1913 (though he always maintained his innocence).


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