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The twister.

by WALLACE (Edgar)

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John Long, Limited, 34, 35, & 36 Paternoster Row, [January,] 1928. Light crimson fine linen grain cloth, ruled blind on front cover, ruled and lettered black on spine. Very nice copy. Kiddle W173. The correct first printing, dated 1928 on verso of title and at end of text, and with eleven titles (‘Flat 2’ - ‘The Man from Morocco’) on verso of half-title; but Kiddle’s secondary binding, differentiated from the first by the presence of blind rules on the front cover. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.


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