By William Le Queux
London   Eveleigh Nash
8" by 6" 6-335 [1], 1-34 [2]pp
The very scarce first edition of this early twentieth century novel by Anglo-French journalist and writer William Le Queux.
By William Le Queux

1907 The Woman in the Way

London   Eveleigh Nash
8" by 6" 6-335 [1], 1-34 [2]pp
The very scarce first edition of this early twentieth century novel by Anglo-French journalist and writer William Le Queux.
£195.00
: 1kgs / : 904F13

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Description

First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding

The very scarce first edition of this work.

Illustrated, with a frontispiece, retaining the original tissue guard.

A mysterious thirty-seven page novel by Le Queux, who authored a number of science-fiction novels, and works of other genres. He is known for the anti-Russian invasion fantasy 'The Great War in England in 1897', and the anti-German invasion fantasy 'The Invasion of 1910'.

With thirty-six pages of advertisements to the rear.

Condition

In the publisher's original cloth binding. Boards bright. Bump to back strip head. Back strip significantly age toned, light marks to head of back strip. Internally, firmly bound. Pages clean and bright. Significant losses to head of final three advertisement leaves.

Very Good Indeed

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