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    Ngaio Marsh. Pair of Novels. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 1940-1941. First American editions. Death of Peer. 1940. Octavo. 374 pages. Blue publisher's cloth stamped with yellow. Spine gently pushed, edges darkened with intermittent foxing; internally clean. Dust jacket unclipped ($2.00); Spine sunned, 1 ½ closed tear to head of spine panel, wrappers rubbed, moderate edgewear with some small closed tears. Very good book with very good dust jacket.

    Death of the Dancing Footman. 1941. Octavo. 364 pages. Yellow publisher's cloth stamped in green. Covers gently rubbed, spine pushed, edges darkened with intermittent foxing, ink ownership to free endpaper; internally clean. Dust jacket unclipped ($2.00); Spine sunned, wrappers rubbed, moderate chipping to spine panel with some loss, minor edgewear and chipping, 1inch closed tear to front wrapper. Very good book with very good dust jacket.


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