THE RIVERSIDE VILLAS MURDER

By: AMIS KINGSLEY WRITTEN

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THE RIVERSIDE VILLAS MURDER by AMIS KINGSLEY WRITTEN AS ROBERT MARKHAM
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UK: JONATHAN CAPE, 1973. ORIGINAL BRIGHT GREEN BINDING WITH GILT TITLES. SLIGHT COCKING TO THE SPINE, CORNERS BUMPED.. PLAIN PAPER END SHEETS. 224 GREEN TOPPED PAGES. SETTIN OF AN ARMCHAIR MURDER STORY, WITH AUTHENTIC 1930S ATMOSPHERE, CLEVER, COMIC. AND CHILLING. PIT YOUR WITS AGAINST THE AUTHOR'S AND SOLVE THE MYSTERY. PRICE CLIPPED D/J WITH MINOR WEAR TO EDGES AND A READING CREASE.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good +/Very Good +. 5" X 8" TALL.

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