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CE Vulliamy

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Tea at the Abbey - CE Vulliamy
1961 English hardcover first edition, 1st impression, Michael Joseph, London
A VG++ book in VG+ dust jacket, unclipped
The book has no names or inscriptions or stamps or bookplates etc
Tightly bound and square, clean pages and cloth
The dustwrapper has no loss, clean and bright
Another mysterious and macabre tale from this very individual author, great Broom Lynne jacket as well
A particularly nice copy
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THE University of Mansterbridge had been celebrated for its work on the new science of Hydrogenetics under Professor Denis Alstone Lawrence, and more particularly for the researches of the Reader, James Portway Trimmer. He it was who now, soon after the beginning of term in October, held the excited attention of a large audience of students in the lecture hall. For he was expounding the novel theory of metathesia, the implications of which were startling in a high degree. All were entranced and some were agitated by this astonishing theory, and none was more deeply moved than the Senior Lecturer, George Hindley Bascombe. He stared at the long pale face of Trimmer, the only face in the whole assembly which revealed no trace of emotion. Then he saw Professor Lawrence unobtrusively pushing his way to a chair near the edge of the platform.

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