The Wizard of Alice. Father Dixon and the Stuart Case

By: Dixon T.S

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Morwell, Victoria, Australia: Alella Books, 1987. The book is in fine/fine condition, tiny foxing on some page ends, one single pen stroke on one of the fly pages, very slightly bumped corners and a very light glass mark on front board. It is an important document, it is a personal account of the murder trail of Robert Rupert Maxwell. It is inscribed on an early blank page "To Tom Delaney, Suporb and family with graditude for your friendship." signed Tom Dixon, June 1987. First Edition. Red Cloth. Fine/No Jacket. Square Quarto.

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