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    Richard Hull. The Murder of My Aunt. London: [1934]. First edition, second impression. Richard Hull. The Murder of My Aunt. London: Faber and Faber Limited, [1934]. First edition, second impression. Octavo. 287, [1] pages. Publisher's bluish-green cloth, spine lettered in purplish-brown; all text block edges trimmed; illustrated dust jacket priced 3s. 6d. at front flap. Slightest trace of pale soiling to boards; bumping to lower corners. A couple of small pencil marks, one at bottom edge, one at interior. Jacket showing just a bit of faint rubbing; mild edge wear, with a bit of nicking at panel and flap fold ends; a couple of soft creases, one at top edge of rear panel, one at upper corner of rear flap. Some rubbing and a couple of pale spots at verso. Very nearly fine. A Haycraft Queen Cornerstone.

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