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Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye - Horace McCoy
1949 UK hardback first edition, first impression published by Arthur Barker in London
A VG indeed book in VG++ unclipped dust jacket
The book is tight and solid, light scattered edge tanning, small neat name to front pastedown
The jacket is very clean and bright, just very minor rubs, looks superb. Light small oval stamp over the 8/6 price "librairie populaire ltd"

Listed in Hubin and critically regarded as the author's finest book, a classic in the genre
A classic and wonderful looking jacket by Prentice, rare thus and a bargain
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No Pockets in a Shroud - Horace McCoy
1962 UK Penguin paperback 1st edition, London
A VG book with the usual paper tanning
No names or inscriptions etc
Tight with clean covers
A well known and important book
A nice solid reading copy
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Synopsis
THE first issue of the Cosmopolite was delivered to the newsstands the following Wednesday afternoon, and as Dolan was climbing the stairs to his office on Thursday morning he met Eddie Bishop coming down. 'Well, you son of a bitch,* Bishop said gaily, sticking out his hand.'You did it!' 'Did you see it?' Dolan asked, shaking hands. 'Did I see it? Everybody on the paper saw it.' 'Come on in,' Dolan said, steering him into the office. 'Myra, here's that goddam Communist. I couldn't have put out the magazine without Myra's help.' 'Hello, Ed,' Myra said. 'Several people called,' she said to Dolan. 'There's the list on your desk," 'I went around the news-stands this morning to check on the sales. That's why I'm late.' 'How's it going?' Bishop asked, sitting down. 'All right. I don't know much about these things. I guess it's going all right. Tell me, Ed - on the level now - what did you think?'

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