crime fiction logo 1
           detective fiction logo 2
                                                                         mystery books logo 3
UK first editions logo 1

Janwillem van de Wetering

Crime & Mystery Books for Sale

If you are interested in any of the books below you can use one of three options;
Click Buy Secure to order instantly or click Enquire for email enquiries
You can also use the online Shopping Cart facility which is perhaps best suited for multiple orders
Prices charged in UK sterling, all $ costs are an approximate guide due to continual rate changes
Information on descriptions and condition

p&p / s&h - full details/upgrades here

The Rattle Rat - Janwillem van de Wetering
1986 English hardback first edition, 1st impression, Gollancz, London
A near fine book in near fine dust jacket, unclipped
The book no names, inscriptions or stamps or bookplates etc
Tightand square, clean and bright, appears unread in fact
The dustwrapper has no loss or tears, clean and bright
A body turns up in an Amsterdam canal, Grijpstra and De Gier supply the usual ingenuity and comic relief

A nice attractive example
For Sale at 12 (approx $20) *df4 - delivery worldwide !

Buy Secure - Enquire
Add to Cart


Buy Secure - Enquire
Add to Cart

If you like this author then you may also like the following

Sjowall and Wahloo     Peter Lovesey     Roy Lewis     David Pascoe     Julie Parsons    

Doeke Algra, born in Menaldum, Friesland, twenty-eight years ago, was experiencing feelings of extreme happiness. He had been uplifted by such euphoria before, when, on his father's lap, he was watching doggies. There were never any doggies, but their mysterious absence was part of the happiness. Doeke Algra, Sr., at that time filled with the strength of his young adult life, had to work hard for a living and liked to relax after dinner, and little Doeke preferred to jump and wriggle. He could sit still but only if there was a Purpose. "The doggies will be coming by the window in a minute," father Algra would say and cuddle his offspring, and together they kept looking through the narrow window of a lowly laborer's cottage set between gnarled willow trees, and enjoyed each other's warmth while the doggies didn't come.

detective fiction   

site search    how to order    free delivery    contact us