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Superstition Corner by  Sheila KAYE-SMITH - First American Edition - 1934 - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and

Superstition Corner

by KAYE-SMITH, Sheila

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New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1934. First American Edition. Forms part of the author's novels following the Alard family saga, here set during the sixteenth century's Reformation persecutions of Roman Catholics in England. NCBEL III, p. 626. Octavo (21.25cm.); original cloth in cream pictorial dust jacket printed in green, orange, and black; [6],268pp.; illustrated endpapers, half title, and title pages. Jacket spine a bit toned, a few faint damp stains, else Fine in Very Good or better jacket. Small contemporary ownership rubberstamp to front free endpaper (Paul L. Collins).


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