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    Rex Stout. Not Quite Dead Enough. A Nero Wolfe Double Mystery. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., [1944]. First edition.
    Octavo. [iv], 220 pages. Publisher's full red cloth, front board and spine stamped in black. In the original publisher's dust jacket. Cloth spine a bit toned, some rubbing, minor soiling to binding, endleaves a bit toned, bookplate on front pastedown and bookseller's ticket on rear pastedown. Jacket spine sunned, creased, and edgeworn (with some chipping), some edgewear, creasing, thumbsoiling, and a few creased and uncreased tears to jacket panels. Good.


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