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    Norbert Davis. The Mouse in the Mountain. New York: William Morrow & Company, 1943. First edition. Octavo. 249 pages. Publisher's bright yellow cloth with pictorial red-stamped spine; original illustrated dust jacket. Minor edgewear, top edge slightly darkened. Internally clean; top edge stained red and slightly darkened, fore and tail edge untrimmed, minor edgewear. Dust jacket clipped; moderate edgewear, chipping to head and foot of spine panel, spine sunned, front panel bright, somewhat rubbed, reinforced on verso with clear tape. Very good book with good dust jacket. A Morrow Mystery title. Pronzini and Muller, 1001 Midnights, pp. 189-190.

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    October, 2020
    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
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