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1 William Irish (aka: Cornell Woolrich)
And So to Death
George Salter
Lawrence E. Spivak / Jonathan Press New York, NY 1943 Soft Cover No ISBN Good No Dust jacket 
(Jonathan Press Mystery No. J31) Digest-size vintage pb including 3 Woolrich short works / novellas: "Three O'Clock", "Nightmare", "Papa Benjamin". Moderate age and reading-wear. Light dusting/soiling, small chips and bumps to corners, Slight roll near spine. Binding solid, pages supple. Illustrator: George Salter. Inventory No: 010105. Paperback 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
2 William Irish (aka: Cornell Woolrich)
Borrowed Crime and Other Stories

Avon New York, NY 1946 First Edition Soft Cover No ISBN Very Good No Dust jacket 
(Murder Mystery Monthly, No. 42) Paperback original. Digest-format. Contains: "Borrowed Crime"; "The Cape Triangular"; "Detective William Brown"; "Chance". / Attractive painted cover. Cover is bright and glossy with a 3" faint diagonal crease to bottom corner, a reading-crease near spine and a few small finger creases. Long/faint vertical crease to back cover. Slight trimming error during the publication oif the book has lost part of the "e" in crime (though the spine is correctly centered so I believe the cover was designed too wide and this is likely a common flaw with this book). Pages edge-tanned but supple. Inventory No: 020031. Paperback 
Price: 185.00 USD
 
 
3 George Hopley (aka: Cornell Woolrich; William Irish)
Fright
Rudolph Belarski
Popular Library New York, NY 1952 First paperback Soft Cover No ISBN Good No Dust jacket 
(Popular Library 424) Attractive, vintage mass market/pocket paperback with colorful Good Girl GGA Belarski painted cover art. Cover bright but showing a few long creases. Short (closed) splits to spine ends and moderate bumping to corners. Ink stamp and date to 1st page "The Fireside, Sept 1958". Some tape reaidue near spine of 1st two pages from attempted repair (tape removed). Binding has been professionally restored using archival materials. Binding square and solid. Illustrator: Rudolph Belarski. Inventory No: 015379. Paperback 
Price: 65.00 USD
 
 

 


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