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THE COLLECTED GHOST STORIES OF OLIVER ONIONS by  Oliver Onions - Paperback - 1971 - from Rivers Edge Used Books and Biblio.com

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THE COLLECTED GHOST STORIES OF OLIVER ONIONS

by Onions, Oliver

Condition: Very Good; Bit of shelf wear. Spine crease. Few scuffs, lt creases. Laminate peeled/peeling from rear. Bookseller stamp on fron


Dover. Very Good; Bit of shelf wear. Spine crease. Few scuffs, lt creases. . Laminate peeled/peeling from rear. Bookseller stamp on front end page. . Previous owner name on title page. An unabridged and unaltered . republication of the original 1935 edition published by Ivor Nicholson and . Watson Ltd. In London. Overweight, oversized, 3 lbs. Lccc; 75-172183.. 1971. Softcover. Trade PB; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 689 pages .


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