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Crime on My Hands - Robert Chapman
1952 English hardback first edition, 1st impression, Werner Laurie, London
A VG indeed book in VG+ dust jacket, unclipped
The book has neat name but no inscriptions or stamps or bookplates etc
Tightly bound and square, light occassional spotting
The dustwrapper has no loss, clean and bright
A mystery featuring freelance reporter and amateur investigator Rex Banner who is spurred into action when his glamorous girlfriend Maxine is nearly run over
A solid copy with great cover artwork
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IT happened within half-an-hour of my arrival in Crome, a charming old-world village in West Sussex. I had parked the car and wandered into the Crome Arms, the nearest thing they had to a modern hotel. A smart young woman in black crepe-de-chine with white cuffs and collar was waiting at the reception desk. The front of her dress was cut very low and she looked as though she had done it herself a few minutes earlier and was not quite happy about it. I told her my name and that a room had been booked for me. "There was a phone call too," she replied with a prim smile. "Not for me," I said. "I'm not expecting one. Nobody knows I'm here." The girl drew herself up. She hadn't taken the call herself, she said, but she was certain the caller had asked for Mr. Rex Banner.

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