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Three Thirds Of A Ghost by  Timothy Fuller - Paperback - First Printing - 1941 - from Seattle Mystery Bookshop and Biblio.com

Three Thirds Of A Ghost : A Jupiter Jones Mystery

by Fuller, Timothy

Condition: Fair


New York: Popular Library, 1941. First Printing. Paperback. Fair. General shelf wear to edges, looks like at some point someone scotch taped the spine (the tape is now yellow with age) and someone wrote 72cents (the symbol) on the font cover). Someon'e name is stamped on the inside cover, the front free end page looks to be missing (and the biding shows thru at the ame point) and someone wrote their initials in small letters on the title page.




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