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THE LAW OF THE FOUR JUST MEN

by Wallace, Edgar

Condition: G++/No DW


GB: Hodder & Stoughton, 1921. Red cloth lettered in black on spine and front cover. No internal adverts or lists. Printed by W & J Mackay. Generally a reasonably clean tight copy but spine is a bit faded (lettering not affected) and prelims and edges bit spotted and browned.. 1st Edition. Hardback. G++/No DW.

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