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UPFIELD, Arthur. The House of Cain. London: Hutchinson, n.d. [1928]. 8o. 32-page publisher's advertisement dated Spring 1928 at end. (A few spots to edges.) Original red cloth (corners slightly bumped); cloth folding box. FIRST EDITION of the author's first book.

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UPFIELD, Arthur. The House of Cain. London: Hutchinson, n.d. [1928]. 8o. 32-page publisher's advertisement dated Spring 1928 at end. (A few spots to edges.) Original red cloth (corners slightly bumped); cloth folding box. FIRST EDITION of the author's first book.

The Barrakee Mystery. London: Hutchinson, n.d. [1929]. 8o. 16-page publisher's advertisement dated Spring 1929 at end. (Fore-edge foxed.) Original red cloth (slight lean, spine slightly faded). FIRST EDITION of the first Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte mystery (aka "Bony"), before it was rewritten to cast him as an aborigine.

The Sands of Windee. London: Hutchinson, n.d. [1931]. 8o. 8-page publisher's advertisement dated Summer 1931 at end. Original yellow cloth (leaned, minor darkening to spine). FIRST EDITION, ADVANCED COPY, with publisher's inkstamp on title.

A Royal Abduction. London: Hutchinson, n.d. [1932]. 8o. 24-page publisher's advertisement dated Spring 1932 at end. Original green cloth (soiling, spine darkened); pictorial dust jacket (1½ in. of spine panel lacking, some staining, marginal chip to back panel). FIRST EDITION. (4)
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