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Trent's Own Case

By Bentley, E.C. & Allen, H. Warner

New York: Knopf, 1936. [viii], 324 pp. Orange cloth. Golf mystery. Small chip out of outer margins p.69-70, toning some pages - common to this edition, else VG. First American Edition. Hard Cover.

$35.00

Shadows on the Wall

By Reisner, Mary

New York: Dodd, Mead & Co, 1943. Author's first mystery. Very Good copy with slight edge wear. In VG dust jacket with some tiny nicks and tears, edge wear at spine and corners.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$65.00

Alfred Hitchcock's Daring Detectives

New York: Random House, 1969. 208 pp. Pictorial boards. Illustrated by Arthur Shilstone. Stories by Agatha Christie, Hugh Pentecost, Cornell Woolrich, Stuart Palmer, MacKinay Kantor, Erle Stanley Gardner, August Derleth, Michael Gilbert, Ellery Queen, Leslie Charteris, and John Dickson Carr. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket with 395/395 on front flap.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Illus. by Shilstone, Arthur.

$25.00

Alfred Hitchcock's Solve-Them-Yourself Mysteries

New York: Random House, 1963. 206 pp. Pictorial boards. Illustrated by Fred Banbery. Five solve-them-yourself mysteries. In case the reader misses the clues in the story, Hitchcock highlights them at the end of each story. Illustrated hard covers. This title uncommon. Front and back boards each have a small nick at the bottom, else Fine. In dust jacket with 395/395 on front flap. The front cover of ther jacket has a small tear at bottom, the jacket is otherwise Fine.. Hard Cover. VG/VG+. Illus. by Banbery, Fred.

$35.00

Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbinders in Suspense

New York: Random House, 1967. 206 pp. Pictorial boards. Illustrated by Harold Isen. With thirteen stories by Agatha Christie, Richard Connell, Daphne de Maurier, Patrick Quentin, Robert Arthur, Roald Dahl, Sax Rohmer, F. Tennyson Jesse, Robert Bloch, Edgar Wallace, Dorothy Sayers, Clayre and Michel Lipman, and Percival Wilde. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket with 395/395 on front flap.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$25.00

The Cavalier's Cup

By Dickson, Carter

New York: William Morrow & Company, 1953. Yellow cloth. 263 pp. Sir Henry Merrivale. Crease on front board else VG In dust jacket with tear and small hole towards lower back edge of the spine otherwise quite presentable. . First Edition. Hard Cover. VG/GVG.

$25.00

The Others

By Simenon, Georges

London: Hamish Hamilton , 1975. Spine slant else VG in Near Fine dust jacket.. First English Edition. GVG/Near Fine.

$15.00

Maigret and the Millionaires

By Simenon, Georges

London: Hamish Hamilton , 1974. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket.. First English Edition. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$25.00

Unpopular Opinions

By Sayers, Dorothy L.

New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1947. vii, 236 pp. "These essays comment upon a wide range of subjects... from Christian morality to the effect of the Gulf Stream upon the English character; from manly men to Aristotle on Detective Fiction... and upon the private lives of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson." Previous owners' names on ffep, rear hinge starting. Dustjacket has small chips to front panel and spine, one closed tear to rear panel. . Hard Cover. GVG/GVG.

$35.00

The Next Victim
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The Next Victim

By Sanders, William

New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. 207 pp. Blue paper-covered boards, spine title gilt. Clean & tight; appears unread. Price-intact dustjacket has light edge wear and one closed tear.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good.

$10.00

The Restless

By Boley, Jean

New York: E P Dutton, 1946. 252 pp. Author's first book. Blue cloth stamped in red. Unclipped dustjacket, with art by Maurer, has edge wear, light soiling. "Behind all the surface frivolity and social intrigue the author has worked out with astonishing skill an emotional drama that places The Restless very definitely in the class of unusual first novels.". First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/GVG.

$35.00

The Transcendental Murder

By Langton, Jane

New York: Harper & Row, 1964. [viii], 248 pp. Black cloth over orange boards. Spine slant, light wear at lower edges. Price-intact dustjacket has wear at corners and spine edges, light soiling to rear panel. Author's first book. Jacket design and map of Concord, Massachusetts end papers by the author.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$85.00

The Sad Adventurers

By Rutledge, Maryse

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1924. [iv], 316 pp. Blue cloth, titles stamped in orange. Illustrated dustjacket is lightly sunned, has edge wear with a chip at lower spine. "...a vivid narrative, an unusual story of sordid scheming, sincere devotion, dramatic incident, in a setting of exotic cosmopolitan life." Bunco schemes. Hubin.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$25.00

Love for Sale: A Gideon Lowry Mystery
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Love for Sale: A Gideon Lowry Mystery

By Leslie, John

New York, New York, U.S.A.: Pocket Books, 1997. 236, [1] pp. Leslie serves up a fine Conch stew, mixing equal parts of sunken treasure, a sexually addicted policeman, a judge with an indiscretion, and seasoning it all with a murdered girl from an escort service.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

$18.00

The Perfidious Parrot
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The Perfidious Parrot

By Van De Wetering, Janwillem

New York: Soho Press, 1997. A Grijpstra & DeGier Mystery. 280 pp. Dark gray paper-covered boards, black cloth spine stamped in silver. "A new Amsterdam Cops novel, the 14th in this successful series of Zen mysteries.". First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

$10.00

The Amethyst Box

By Green, Anna Katherine

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1905. 151, [3] pp. From the library of Robin McKinley, science fiction writer and wife of mystery author Peter Dickinson, with her bookplate on front pastedown. A detective story of a Newport wedding. Hubin. A Bobbs-Merrill Pocket Book Series of adventure, mystery, and humor. "Pocket Book " in this case being a hardcover book. Lightly foxed endpapers, and spine slant, else VG. Hard Cover.

$25.00

Shadows on the Coast of Maine.  An Antique Print Mystery
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Shadows on the Coast of Maine. An Antique Print Mystery

By Wait, Lea

New York: Scribner's, 2003. 282 pp. 2nd book in the Maggie Summer series. Summer is an antique print dealer, as is the author, and much of the book revolves around her knowledge and dealings in the trade.. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.

$12.50

Raw Data

By Chapman, Sally

New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991. 266 pp. Blue cloth, silver stamped title on spine. Price intact dustjacket has small, closed tear. NF/NF. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$10.00

Forces of Order. Police Behavior in Japan and the United States

By Bayley, David H.

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976. xvi, 201, [3] pp. With index. Association copy. From the library of Janwillem van de Wetering. Van de Wetering studied at a Zen monastery in Japan in 1958-1959, and later spent seven years in the Amsterdam Reserve Constabulary. When he began to write mystery novels these experieces were used in creating his detectives, Grijpstra and de Gier of the Amsterdam Murder Brigade, and the Japanese Inspector Saito. This book would have been used in research for the Inspector Saito novels, which were written under the pseudonym Seiko Legru. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/GVG.

$40.00

The Great Prince Shan

By Oppenheim, E. Phillips

Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1922. [iv], 303, [3] pp. Blue cloth, title and cover decoration stamped in black. Third printing, published in March, 1922, the same month as the first printing. Futuristic world politics of the year 1934 and the Menace of the Yellow Peril. Hubin. Bleiler. Reginald 11016. Light wear at spine edges, small spot on rear board, light foxing to top edges. Price-intact dustjacket has wear at edges and folds, chipping at spine edges.. Hard Cover. Very Good/GVG.

$30.00

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