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The HOUSE OF DR. EDWARDES by  Francis Beeding - Hardcover - Early reprint - circa 1930 - from Pages Past Books and


by Beeding, Francis

Condition: VG/G+, Good+ dj

VG/G+, Good+ dj Fiction A.L. Burt New York circa 1930 Early reprint Hardbound 8vo, 312 pages, color dustjacket This book was the basis for Alfred Hitchcock's film "Spellbound" starring Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck. The rare dustjacket has a 4" narrow internal chip to the spine not affecting the titling. It is otherwise clean solid and bright in a protective cover. The book has light general agewear only.
  • Bookseller: Pages Past Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: OURBOOKS007516
  • Author: Beeding, Francis
  • Book condition: Used - VG
  • Jacket condition: G+, Good+ dj
  • Edition: Early reprint
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: A.L. Burt
  • Date published: circa 1930
  • Keywords: Film Movies Mystery Mysteries


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