For Tomorrow We Die. Edited, and with an introduction, by Rex Stout

By: Members of the Mystery

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For Tomorrow We Die. Edited, and with an introduction, by Rex Stout by Members of the Mystery Writers of America
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London: Macdonald, 1958.. First UK edition. 256 pp. Edges, prelims and endpages foxed. Original black cloth, yellow titles at spine, in dustwrapper, lightly edge-worn with nicks at spine head. Dustwrapper designed by Stein. An anthology of 17 crime stories by members of The . Mystery Writers of America, including John Creasey, Stanley Ellin, John D Macdonald, Ellery Queen and Rex Stout..

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