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The Riddle of the Florentine Folio: A Case for Peggy Fairfield by  E. S Liddon - First Edition - 1935 - from John Thompson and

The Riddle of the Florentine Folio: A Case for Peggy Fairfield

by Liddon, E. S

Condition: Fair/No Jacket

Garden City: Crime Club, 1935. 299 pages. Solid with about a one half inch tear in the cloth at the bottom of the spine, small tears and fraying at the corners of the covers, and otherwise the covers show light wear. The front free end paper is missing and the previous owner's name and address is on the inside front cover.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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