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A green Penguin edition in good condition for its age. The pages are very brown due to tanning. There is a previous owner’s name on the front cover and also written inside. Small stains on the front cover, and the book and covers are generally grubby and showing signs of wear. The spine is dished and has a reading crease down the centre. A reading copy only.
An Albert Campion mystery.
SYNPOSIS: “Crowdy Lobbett was a man who knew too much – and too little. As an American judge he had for too long to deal with the evil consequences of the Simister gang, and he had succeeded in bringing many of them to their just deserts. Furthermore he was in possession of information which was the clue to the identity of Simister himself; for nobody knew who Simister was…”
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