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More Beautiful Than Murder by  Octavus Roy Cohen - Paperback - First Printing - 1952 - from Seattle Mystery Bookshop and Biblio.com

More Beautiful Than Murder

by Cohen, Octavus Roy

Condition: Good


New York: Popular Library, 1952. First Printing. Paperback. Good. Popular Library Book #427. Spine, hinge and back cover are creased. Someone traced the word 'More' on the cover with a ballpoint pen and someone else wrote a 15 with a marker on the front cover as well. A previous book store stamped the title page with their name and address (brilliant). Otherwise some shelfwear and scuffing to book.




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