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Hamish Hamilton, 1960. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. First UK edition hardback in Near Fine condition with like unclipepd jacket. Orange cloth boards, clean, lightest shelf wear, 189 pages, scattered light foxing otherwise clean, no inscriptions, binding tight but with the slightest roll. Jacket has light edge wear, small chips to head of the spine, rear cover and flap lightly marked, spine lightly tanned, now protected in a removable clear plastic sleeve. Price includes standard airmail postage worldwide.
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- Madame Maigret's Friend
- Georges Simenon
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- Used - Near Fine
- Jacket condition
- Near Fine
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- 1st Edition
- Hamish Hamilton
- Date published
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