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The Girl in Black - Victor Bridges
1926 UK hardback first edition, first impression, Mills & Boon, London
A VG+ book in 7/6 unclipped dust wrapper
Book shows no names, inscriptions etc, tighly bound and square, clean contents and cloth
The dust jacket shows a chip to spine corner and a couple of closed tears, still clean and bright
A criminous title and listed in Hubin
A very scarce book with great period wrapper artwork by Ogle
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The Happy Murderers - Victor Bridges
1932 British hardback first edition, 1st impression, Hodder & Stoughton, London
A VG++ book in partial dust jacket from Hodder's own archive
Book shows no names, inscriptions etc, tighly bound and square, clean contents and cloth
The book comes with the actual file copy of the dust jacket that resided until a few years ago in the publishers own archive
It is the front panel and spine only - lovely and clean, looks great on the shelf in film cover - also obviously unique

An adventure on the Suffolk coast
A particularly nice clean book and a unique item from Hodder makes a lovely package
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What the Doctor Ordered - SIGNED - Victor Bridges
1956 UK hardback first edition, 1st impression, Macdonald, London
A VG+ book in price clipped dust jacket
Signed, inscribed and dated in year of publication by the author
Book is, tighly bound and square, clean contents and cloth
The dust jacket has chipe to front panel and spine ends, great period artwork
A novelist is ordered to rest by his doctor, so when he set off he was surprised to be sat in a train opposite a girl reading one of his own books
A genuinely rare book even unsigned, a special item
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The Man Who Limped - Victor Bridges
1947 UK hardback first edition, 1st impression, Macdonald, London
A VG+ book in VG+ unclipped dust jacket
Book shows no names, inscriptions etc, tighly bound and square, clean contents and cloth
The dust jacket has minor wear, no real loss
A young Cambridge Don who returns from the war having lost a foot gets some good news, he has inherited a farm house, can't be that simple surely?
A nice clean copy with great cover art
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Victor Bridges was born 1878-1972

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Synopsis
I HAD just finished my second piece of toast and marmalade when the door opened and Molly, the parlourmaid, marched in with a bundle of letters. "Hullo," I enquired. "Any luck?" "Two for you this morning, sir," She came forward to the table and, detaching a couple of envelopes from the top of the pile, laid them down beside me. Both were addressed to Captain A. P. French, Mill Hall, near Olney, Bucks, and one of them had been typewritten. " Well, well," I observed, " wonders will never cease." "You don't get a great many, do you, sir ?" "It's my own fault," I explained. "I've got a lot of distinguished friends really, but I've been too damned lazy to write to them." "You'll be seeing 'em soon, anyhow, won't you !" Molly smiled encouragingly. "I heard Doctor telling Nurse that you'll be leaving us next week." "Yes, Tuesday's the great day. Can't quite make up my mind whether I'm looking forward to it or not. I've got so accustomed to being coddled and spoiled that I'm a bit nervous about limping out into the wide world all on my own." "Oh, you'll be all right, sir. Why, you're walking fine now. No one couldn't tell there was anything the matter with you. Not if they didn't know." "Thanks, Molly. Very kind and tactful of you." I made a grateful bow and picked up my letters. "I think

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