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The Crime Club, Collins, 14 St James’s Place, London, 1970. Double cr.16mo; pp.256; scarlet boards, blocked with publisher’s device and lettered gilt on spine. Fine copy in slightly nicked and very slightly embrowned dust-wrapper. Hubin, p.282. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.
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