1935 Madeline Smith
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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding, With Dustwrapper
The first edition, first impression of this work of true crime investigation by Geoffrey L. Butler.
In the publisher's original dust wrapper, price unclipped.
A fascinating study of the 1857 murder of Emile L'Angelier from arsenic poisoning, and the trial of Glasgow socialite Madeleine Smith, who was accused of the crime but not convicted.
With the stamp of Woodend Secretarial College to the front free endpaper, with the stamp of G. Morgan to the front and rear free endpapers. No further stamps.
In the publisher's original cloth binding, with price unclipped dust wrapper. Light fading to back strip and front board, otherwise externally excellent. Stamps to front and rear free endpapers. Discolouration to dust wrapper back strip, with light marks to rear wrap. Chipping to back strip head. Small closed tear running horizontally to centre of back strip. Internally, firmly bound. Pages clean and bright.
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