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The Baron goes Fast.

by MORTON (Anthony [i.e., John Creasey])

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London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1954. Sm.double cr.16mo; pp.192; carmine-lake fine-beaded-linen-grain boards, blocked, lettered, and with short rule black on spine. Rubber-stamp on front end-paper and unobtrusive file number written on spine of dust-wrapper [v. note]; otherwise a fine copy in pictorial dust-wrapper. The Publisher’s File Copy with their stamp to this effect on the front end-paper. Published at the rather odd price of 7s. 3d. net. Hubin, p.299. Not published in the U.S.A. until 1972. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.



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