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    Kurt Siodmak. F. P. 1 Does Not Reply. Translated from the German by H. W. Farrell. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1933. First American edition ("Published October 1933" on copyright page). Signed by the author on the second half title page. Octavo. [vi], 290 pages. Publisher's blue cloth with black titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Wear to edges. Spine cocked and a bit faded. Staining to text edges. Paper remnants on endpapers, as this copy was once part of Traver's Book Store's circulating library, with stamp and sticker to pastedowns. Internally, the text is clean. Jacket is clipped, creased, faded, abraded, soiled, and enforced on the verso, almost completely, with heavy brown tape. Overall, a good copy of a book rarely encountered signed. Forrest J Ackerman's shelf sticker on the jacket spine. From the Jerry Weist Collection.

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