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BOUCHER, Anthony (Pseudonym of William Anthony Parker White, 1911-1968). The Case of the Seven of Calvary. New York, 1937. -- The Case of the Crumpled Knave. New York, 1939. -- The Case of the Solid Key. New York, 1941. -- The Case of the Seven Sneezes. New York, 1942. -- Four & Twenty Bloodhounds. Edited by Anthony Boucher. New York, 1950. -- The Complete Werewolf. New York, 1969. -- [With]: HOLMES, H.H. (Pseudonym of W.A.P. White). Rocket to the Morgue. New York, 1942. -- DURRANT, Theo. (Pseudonym of W.A.P. White). The Marble Forest. New York, 1951. A collaborative effort by the Mystery Writers of America headed by Anthony Boucher and signed by eleven authors: Terry Adler, Anthony Boucher, Eunice Mays Boyd, Florence Ostern Faulkner, Allen Hymson, Cary Lucas, Dana Lyon, Lenore Glen Offord, Richard Shattuck, Darwin L. Teilhet, and Willaim Worley. -- and 2 others. Together 10 volumes, FIRST EDITIONS, 8o, original bindings; pictorial dust jackets (condition varies, only light marginal wear to panels). (10)

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BOUCHER, Anthony (Pseudonym of William Anthony Parker White, 1911-1968). The Case of the Seven of Calvary. New York, 1937. -- The Case of the Crumpled Knave. New York, 1939. -- The Case of the Solid Key. New York, 1941. -- The Case of the Seven Sneezes. New York, 1942. -- Four & Twenty Bloodhounds. Edited by Anthony Boucher. New York, 1950. -- The Complete Werewolf. New York, 1969. -- [With]: HOLMES, H.H. (Pseudonym of W.A.P. White). Rocket to the Morgue. New York, 1942. -- DURRANT, Theo. (Pseudonym of W.A.P. White). The Marble Forest. New York, 1951. A collaborative effort by the Mystery Writers of America headed by Anthony Boucher and signed by eleven authors: Terry Adler, Anthony Boucher, Eunice Mays Boyd, Florence Ostern Faulkner, Allen Hymson, Cary Lucas, Dana Lyon, Lenore Glen Offord, Richard Shattuck, Darwin L. Teilhet, and Willaim Worley. -- and 2 others. Together 10 volumes, FIRST EDITIONS, 8o, original bindings; pictorial dust jackets (condition varies, only light marginal wear to panels). (10)
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