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The Murder of Augustin Dench - Edgar Jepson
1938 UK hardback first edition, first impression published by Herbert Jenkins in London
A VG+ book in second issue dust jacket
The book has no names or inscriptions or stamps, tight and square
The jacket is second issue (price to spine) light and shallow shelf wear to edges
Outstanding artwork by C. Leslie, a really evocative jacket

A nice "fat" 1930s book and very rare in jacket - bargain!!
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Barradine Detects - Edgar Jepson
1937 UK hardback first edition, first impression, Herbert Jenkins, London
A VG book without dust jacket
No names or inscriptions, tight and square
A few marks and minor wear to boards
The debonair young peer who runs the Twentieth Century Detective Agency becomes involved with fraud and an attractive woman

A solid copy of a scarce book
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Synopsis
Barradine did not neglect the other suspects: Spanswick undertook to let him know if either Roff or Gregson came to London, in time for them to be picked up and watched, and Lady Spanswick also undertook to see that he did so. Also he instructed the office to have Sturge-Tebbutt and Mary Fearn met at Paddington and watched. He did not quite like to do this in the case of Mary Fearn. But he was taking no chances, and he told himself, that, after all, if she had the radium, it was much better that he should know it and prevent her from getting into prison for trying to sell it. Moreover, she would never know that he was having her watched. Nevertheless it was an unpleasant business, for, thanks to his having thrown Sturge-Tebbutt into the lake, they were on very friendly terms. They travelled to London together; his Bentley met him, and he drove her and her dour-looking maid to her flat in Grandcourt Mansions in the Finchley Road, and stayed on to tea with her.

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