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The Shifting Tide - Anne Perry
2004 UK hardback first edition, first impression, Headline, London
A near fine book in near fine unclipped dustwrapper
No previous owner names or stamps etc. Tight and square
The jacket has no loss or tears, light wrinkle to spine end
A nice example of a very scarce book, most of the already small print run having gone to public libraries
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Death in the Devil's Acre - Anne Perry
1991 English hardcover first edition, first impression published by Souvenir Press in London
A fine book in near fine unclipped dust jacket
The book is clean and tight
The jacket has no loss or tears
A nice copy of an uncommon Inspector Pitt mystery
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Paragon Walk - SIGNED - Anne Perry
1981 USA hardback first edition, first impression, St Martins, New York
A near fine book in VG+ unclipped dust wrapper
Signed and inscribed on the endpaper by the author, in year of publication
Clean tight book, jacket shows no loss just some rubs to rear panel
A nice copy and a scarce book and a bargain
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Silence in Hanover Close - Anne Perry
1989 UK hardback first edition, first impression, Souvenir, London
A near fine book in near fine unclipped dust wrapper
No names, inscriptions or stamps etc
A superb copy and one of the rarer titles, an Inspector Pitt mystery
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A Sudden Fearful Death - Anne Perry
1993 UK hardback first edition, first impression, Headline, London
A near fine fine book in near fine unclipped dustwrapper
Light rubs to tips, usual light paper tan
A solid copy and a scarce early title
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Callander Square - SIGNED - Anne Perry
1980 English hardcover first edition, first impression, Robert Hale London
An ex public library book in VG++ unclipped dust jacket
Signed on the title page by the author
The book only one neat stamp to copyright page
The jacket has no loss or tears
A very rare book and is a tidy copy, without the stamp it would not immediately appear to be ex-library
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Synopsis
At first Charlotte accepted Pitt's brief dismissal of his new case, because she was preoccupied with Christmas and all the arrangements. There was so much that had to be done in the kitchen: the hiding of carefully wrapped threepenny pieces in the plum pudding, the making of sweets, jam for tarts and chopped fruits for mince pies. And there were presents to finish and wrap in colored paper. On top of that, everything must be kept secret, to be a surprise on the day. At any other time she would have been more inquisitive, and considerably more persistent. In the past Charlotte had involved herself in some of Thomas's most complex and personally tragic cases, drawn in by deliberate curiosity or outrage at some event. It was only last summer that her sister Emily's husband had been murdered, and that case had seemed endless. Emily herself had been the main suspect. George had had a short-lived but intense affair with Sybilla March, and Emily was the only one who knew it had ended the night before he died. Who could be expected to believe her when all the evidence was to the contrary? And Emily, in her efforts to win back George's attention, had been so indiscreet with Jack Radley that she had deliberately given everyone the impression that she herself was romantically involved.

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