The Spymaster by E. OPPENHEIM on First Place Books
Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1938. First Canadian Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine / Very Good. A clean, bright and solid copy. The jacket spine states Little, Brown and Company but the title page and the book's spine state McClelland and Stewart. The jacket is not clipped and has a 2.00 price. The spine of the jacket is a shade faded and there is some wear to the head of the spine.
Robin O'Hara never deserved his wife, Meg. He was unfaithful and involved in work that was just a little bit dangerous. When Meg reaches her limits and wants a divorce, Robin disappears and is presumed dead. Shortly after, Meg starts receiving messages that gives her the idea that Robin may not be dead after all. When former beau, Bill Coverdale, comes back to London he is intent on winning Meg for himself. He just has to deal with her fears about her missing husband, a crazy group of…
The Silent Four by T. ARTHUR PLUMMER on First Place Books
London: Stanley Paul, 1947. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good / Very Good. The book is slightly cocked. The jacket some minor chipping to the top edge of the spine and the rear panel is slightly soiled.
Call The Yard! by HUGH CLEVELY on First Place Books
New York: The Crime Club, 1931 . First American edition. Hardcover. Very Good / Near Fine. Original black cloth, lettered and decorated in red. All edges red. Small previous owner signature and date on the front free endpaper. The dust jacket is particularly nice. All corners of the jacket are bevel cut with no price stated. A very good period mystery set in London, involving murder and the