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This is a reprint edition from 1949 in very good condition for its age. The title was first published in 1929. NO dust jacket. Bumped at head and tail of book spine. Spine faded. Age tanning to pages and some occasional spots of foxing. End papers are particularly tanned.
A Dr Lancelot Priestley novel.
SYNOPSIS: “Samuel Barton was a wealthy widower who lived with his housekeeper in an isolated house on Tollard Ridge. He had recently gone to stay with his niece in a nearby village but one evening he decided to go and spend the night at his house, where he is promptly murdered… Who knew he had gone back to his house, and why was he murdered there?”
Packed weight 310gms. IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DESPATCH