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[SIGNED & INSCRIBED]. The Man Who...Stories by Detection Club Authors. Bristol, 1992. LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED by each contributor: Eric Ambler, George Sims, Len Deighton, P.D. James, H.R.F. Keating, Catherine Aird, Simon Brett, Antonia Fraser, Michael Gilbert, Reginald Hill, Peter Lovesey, Ruth Rendell and Michael Underwood, number 121 of 150 copies. -- STARRETT, Vincent. Midnight and Percy Jones. New York, [1936]. DEDICATION COPY signed and with a lengthy inscription to Charles Honce on the front free endpaper; The Laughing Buddha. Mount Morris, 1937. PRESENTATION COPY inscribed and signed to Ames Williams. Scattered manuscript corrections, apparently Starrett's; The Case-Book of Jimmy Lavender. New York, 1944. PRESENTATION COPY inscribed and signed to Arthur Lissauer; Coffins for Two. Chicago, 1924. PRESENTATION COPY inscribed and signed to John and Oral; Seaports in the Moon. Garden City, 1928. PRESENTATION COPY inscribed and signed to Phil Hampson. -- GLASPELL, Susan. A Jury of Her Peers. London: Ernest Benn, 1927. LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED one of 250 copies. Original printed wrappers. Queen's Quorum 75. -- DALTON, Moray. The Stretton Darknesse Mystery. London, n.d. PRESENTATION COPY to Laura Dalton, inscribed on the title page. -- FAIRLIE, Gerard. Captain Bulldog Drummond. London, [1945]. PRESENTATION COPY to Robert Sherwood, inscribed and signed on the title page. -- CREASEY, John. The Legion of the Lost. London, n.d. [1943]. PRESENTATION COPY to L. Downing, inscribed and signed on the title page, front free endpaper and with an additional T.L.S. from Creasey to Downing tipped in. -- SIMENON, Georges. Maigret and the Spinster. New York, 1977. SIGNED; Maigret and the Toy Village. New York, [1979]. SIGNED and inscribed. Together 12 volumes, many FIRST EDITIONS, various sizes, mostly original bindings and dust jackets if issued, condition varies. -- [With]: SADLEIR, Michael. Typed letter signed to H.W. Bell, London, 28 May 1937. 1 page, 8o. Concerning a case that Starrett was concerned with of the murder of an ex-British consul's daughter. (12)

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[SIGNED & INSCRIBED]. The Man Who...Stories by Detection Club Authors. Bristol, 1992. LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED by each contributor: Eric Ambler, George Sims, Len Deighton, P.D. James, H.R.F. Keating, Catherine Aird, Simon Brett, Antonia Fraser, Michael Gilbert, Reginald Hill, Peter Lovesey, Ruth Rendell and Michael Underwood, number 121 of 150 copies. -- STARRETT, Vincent. Midnight and Percy Jones. New York, [1936]. DEDICATION COPY signed and with a lengthy inscription to Charles Honce on the front free endpaper; The Laughing Buddha. Mount Morris, 1937. PRESENTATION COPY inscribed and signed to Ames Williams. Scattered manuscript corrections, apparently Starrett's; The Case-Book of Jimmy Lavender. New York, 1944. PRESENTATION COPY inscribed and signed to Arthur Lissauer; Coffins for Two. Chicago, 1924. PRESENTATION COPY inscribed and signed to John and Oral; Seaports in the Moon. Garden City, 1928. PRESENTATION COPY inscribed and signed to Phil Hampson. -- GLASPELL, Susan. A Jury of Her Peers. London: Ernest Benn, 1927. LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED one of 250 copies. Original printed wrappers. Queen's Quorum 75. -- DALTON, Moray. The Stretton Darknesse Mystery. London, n.d. PRESENTATION COPY to Laura Dalton, inscribed on the title page. -- FAIRLIE, Gerard. Captain Bulldog Drummond. London, [1945]. PRESENTATION COPY to Robert Sherwood, inscribed and signed on the title page. -- CREASEY, John. The Legion of the Lost. London, n.d. [1943]. PRESENTATION COPY to L. Downing, inscribed and signed on the title page, front free endpaper and with an additional T.L.S. from Creasey to Downing tipped in. -- SIMENON, Georges. Maigret and the Spinster. New York, 1977. SIGNED; Maigret and the Toy Village. New York, [1979]. SIGNED and inscribed. Together 12 volumes, many FIRST EDITIONS, various sizes, mostly original bindings and dust jackets if issued, condition varies. -- [With]: SADLEIR, Michael. Typed letter signed to H.W. Bell, London, 28 May 1937. 1 page, 8o. Concerning a case that Starrett was concerned with of the murder of an ex-British consul's daughter. (12)
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