N° 130 - in-12 broché - 1937 - 241pages - Ed. Editions de la Nouvelle Revue Critique - coll. L'Empreinte bon état (rousseurs légères, déchirure au dernier plat).
N° 127 - in-12 broché - 1937 - 244pages - Ed. Editions de la Nouvelle Revue Critique - coll. L'Empreinte bon état (rousseurs légères).
Published by Mercury Publications, NY, 1946
Magazine / Periodical
SingleIssueMagazine. Condition: Very Good+ to Near Fine. Vol. 8, no. 32. Cover by George Salter. Includes "Chinoiserie" by Helen McCloy; "The Mystery of the Paper Wad" by T. S. Stribling; "The Man Who Shot the Fox" by G. K. Chesterton; "The Case of the Three Bicyclists" by Georges Simenon; "Footprints" by Jeffrey Farnol; "No Clues" by William MacHarg; "The Case of the Honest Murderer" by Roy Vickers; "If the Dead Could Talk" by Cornell Woolrich; "Dead Heat" by Lillian Day & Norbert Lederer; "Witness for the Prosecution" by Q. Patrick. Edge bumps and wear; minor soiling.
Published by (New York): Green Circle Books, (1936), New York, 1936
Seller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library, Montreal, QC, Canada
Association Member: IOBA
First Edition Signed
Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Signed by Author. First Edition of Lillian Day's first mystery, in collaboration with her husband, Norbert Lederer, author and chess affectionado who encouraged S.S. Van Dine to write mysteries, allowing Van Dine access to an enormous mystery library, Inscribed and dated by Lillian Day in the year of publication on the front free endpaper. "To.(illegible) With love to both, Lillian Day, February 22, 1936". A bright, fresh very good or better copy in green cloth, (unobtrusive faded stain to the front board), gilt titles. 8vo. 298 pp. Howard Haycraft, Murder For Pleasure. Hubin: Crime Fiction IV: A Comprehensive Bibliography 1749-2000.
Published by E. P. Dutton and Co. New York 1937, 1937
First Edition. Brewster dustjacket art. 'Each Friday night the members of the Scrivener's Club gathered for a dinner party. When the lights were turned on, one of the members was found stabbed in the back with a ham skewer'. Very uncommon title. Near Fine in nearly Very Good dustjacket, rubbing at spine edges, shallow loss at spine ends and flap corners.