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This is a Penguin Crime edition from 1963 in good condition for its age but is showing signs of wear. There is a crease at the bottom right-hand corner of the front cover and reading creases to the spine, which is also bumped at the base. Heavy age tanning making the pages very brown, but still eminently readable.
SYNOPSIS: “The Hammersmith Maggot never put a foot wrong, or so it seemed to Casson, rich wine-merchant and amateur detective. The Maggot was a blackmailer. Carefully selecting his victims he would level some devastating allegation, collect his cash and disappear.
However, the blackmailer apparently had a taste for Roman art and so Casson saw a way to track him down…”
Packed weight 200 gms. IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DESPATCH