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    Isaac Asimov. Two Signed Mystery Novels, including: Casebook of the Black Widowers. Garden City, New York: Published for the Crime Club by Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1980. First edition. Octavo. 182 pages. Publisher's red cloth with black spine titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Light scuffing to board edges, else near fine condition. [and:] Who Done It? Roslyn, New York: Published for the Ellery Queen's Mystery Club by Walter J. Black, Inc., [1980]. Presumably, a book club edition (no statement of printing, no price on dust jacket). Octavo. 229 pages. Publisher's yellow cloth with black spine titles. Original printed dust jacket. Near fine. Both signed by Asimov on the title page. From the Jerry Weist Collection.

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