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    Octavus Roy Cohen. Jim Hanvey, Detective. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1923. First edition. Octavo. 283 pages. Publisher's hunter green cloth stamped in yellow; original illustrated dust jacket. Minor edgewear. Book label of Florence and Edward Kaye to front pastedown, front hinge weak. Internally clean; fore edge untrimmed, other edges trimmed, top edge darkened. Dust jacket unclipped ($2.00); moderate edgewear, chipping to head and foot of spine panel, rubbed, reinforced with cello tape on verso. Typed review by Charles Shibuk laid in, co-author of the Encyclopedia of Mystery and Detection. Very good book with good dust jacket. Queen's Quorum 75. Smith, American Fiction (1901-1925), C-559.

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