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London: Elek Books, 1952. 2nd Impression in month of publication. True Crime. "In the 30 yrs while he was a trombonist and band leader in these clubs, the author encountered all varieties of vice: dope peddling, white slave traffic, gang fights and 'les girls' of every description. Here is the frank and authentic story of London's 'Black Mile' - the dens of Soho where vice was rampant and where the reader meets cosh-boys, prostitutes, and a host of fascinating people like Mrs. Meyrick, the fabulous owner of the '43 Club' and 'Brilliant' Chang whose drug-running organisation took years to smash." CONDITION Orange bds with Gilt title (fresh and unworn apart sl bruised bottom cnrs) Map eps not inscribed, pp 145 with 12 photo illus, bright and clean interior. Original DJ is fresh with chips to spine head and tips, 2 tears top rear.. 2nd Impression. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.