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The Devil to Pay

The Devil to Pay

Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket


Cleveland & New York: The World Publishing Company. Very Good in Good dust jacket. 1946. Hardcover. An early reprint, first thus for World/Tower Mysteries, # T-394 on the spine end and "049" on the flap. Blue cloth w/ the red Tower Mystery bat; edges rubbed, corners lightly bumped. Dust Jacket heavily chipped on spine ends and edges. 303 pp. Heavily toned text block, tightly bound, no chips or turns. ; 8vo ; 303 pp pages .


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