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Joan Fleming

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You Can't Believe Your Eyes - Joan Fleming
1957 UK hardback first edition, first impression published by Collins Crime Club in London
A VG book with price clipped dust jacket
No previous owner names or stamps etc
Tightly bound and square, with some scattered tanning to edges
The jacket has light wear to extremities an dsome age tanning to rear panel
The author's first book for CCC and this is one of Randell's finest jackets

A scarce book in jacket and a solid copy
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Miss Bones - Joan Fleming
1959 UK hardback first edition, first impression, Collins Crime Club, London
A VG book sadly without dustwrapper
Small neat name and date to front pastedown
Tightly bound and square,
A repulsive London art dealer goes missing causing concern for his new employee
A solid reading copy
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The Chill and the Kill - Joan Fleming
1959 UK hardcover first edition, 1st impression, Collins Crime Club, London
A VG book unfortunately missing the dust jacket
No previous owner names etc
Tightly bound and square,
Clairvoyance, a predicted death and subsequently a woman is knocked over bt a Bentley motor car
A solid reading copy
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Synopsis
UNTIL the vicarage car knocked her down and narrowly avoided running her over, she was a perfectly normal girl. It was a shrill March day when, with two girls from her school, she got off the bus as usual and walked up the mile-long straight road which led to her home. How the vicar could have avoided seeing them, the two girls walking slowly in front and Rita a few yards behind on the grass verge, nobody could understand, least of all himself. " I didn't see them," he said many times. But it wasn't possible because he always seemed to see more with his one eye than many people with two. When pressed he said well, perhaps he had seen them but it didn't register, and that everyone found acceptable. Later, when it was known that Rita was neither dead nor maimed for life, the vicar remembered that his last thought before the collision had been one of pleasure that the rooks were building high in the tall trees over the Manor drive. " I must have been looking at the rooks," he decided, " so charming! The mothers on their eggs and the fathers on guard alongside the nest." But by that time nobody cared.

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