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RT Campbell aka Ruthven Todd

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Take Thee a Sharp Knife - R.T. Campbell aka Ruthven Todd
194 UK hardback first edition, first impression, published by John Westhouse
A VG book in unclipped dustwrapper
The book has a small neat stamp to pastedowns(covered by dw flaps) stating M.Y. Wilelka
Tightly bound and square, condition not bad considering it's a cheaply produced publication
The dust jacket has a red stain to top of front panel and some edge wear
Professor John Stubbs the famous beer drinker and botanist witnesses a murder at his veruy own table in a night club !
An reasonable to acceptable copy of a very scarce book indeed, never seen it before even without a jacket
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Unholy Dying - R.T. Campbell aka Ruthven Todd
1945 English hardcover 1st edition, first impression, John Westhouse
A VG+ book in VG+ unclipped dust jacket
The book is without previous owner names or stamps etc
Tightly bound and square
The dust cover shows just minor shelf wear to extremities
It remains only to introduce Professor John Stubbs, an explosive and fallible character in the long English tradition of engaging, comic figures. Professor Stubbs sets out to unravel the crime with considerable energy and the tact of a herd of elephants
A nice clean copy
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THERE was silence in the hall as the President rose to address the Congress. " Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen," he said, speaking slowly and carefully, " I can hardly find words to express my feelings. I am overwhelmed when I think of the honour you have done me and how unworthy I am to occupy a position that has previously been occupied by so many much greater men. All that I can say is that it is my wish, and I will make every effort to turn that wish into an accomplished fact, to serve you, the Congress, in every way I can. Ladies and Gentlemen, I am your humble servant." As he retired from the front of the stage and the clapping echoed round the vast dome; I looked around me, wondering how many different nationalities were gathered together to discuss their work, and I thought that, in addition to their many languages, they all were experts in one, that of science, of which I knew next to nothing.

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