Harvest of Hate

By: Leyton, Patrick

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London: Herbert Jenkins, 1948. 300 g; 253, 3 pages, in original bright red cloth covered boards, with black writing to the top of the front panel and to the spine, with the Herbert Jenkins colophon on the rear panel. Slight darkening of the top edge of the text block, offset tanning of the front end page. The dust jacket which has a price of 8/6 on the front fold over, has a 1.5 inch tear at the bottom left-hand corner of the front panel with associated creasing, rubbing to each of the fold over corners, and a 0.5 inch tear at the bottom right-hand corner of the rear panel. There is no publication date in the book, however other publication date page states "first printing," and references indicate the publication year.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Illus. by Sears -- dust Jacket. Crown 8vo. Fiction -- Crime.

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