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CROFTS, Freeman Wills.

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  1. 122355
    CROFTS, Freeman Wills. The Purple Sickle Murders.

    New York : 1929

    First edition, first printing, uncommon in the striking Paul Wenck dust jacket. Learn More

    Stock Code: 122355

  2. The End of Andrew Harrison.
    CROFTS, Freeman Wills. The End of Andrew Harrison.

    London : 1938

    First edition, first impression. An Inspector French mystery, published in the US as The Futile Alibi later the same year. Scarce in the dust jacket. The bequest plate, dated August 1938, identifies the donor as Mrs Cole Porter and the institution as the public library at Dark Harbor, Maine, though neither the composer nor his wife Linda Lee Thomas... Learn More

    Stock Code: 107919

  3. Death of a Train.
    CROFTS, Freeman Wills. Death of a Train.

    London : 1946

    First edition, first impression.

    Provenance: bookplate of Adrian Homer Goldstone (1897-1977), "grew up in the area around Monterey, California. An avid book collector all of his life, he is particularly well know for his bibliographies of Arthur Machen and John Steinbeck, both of which were published through the University of Texas" (Harry Ransom... Learn More

    Stock Code: 106693

  4. Young Robin Brand Detective.
    CROFTS, Freeman Wills. Young Robin Brand Detective.

    London : 1947

    First edition, first impression of the author's only children's mystery book. Scarce. Bookplate to front free endpaper: Douglas Charles Harrod (1910-1994), former senior lecturer in pharmacy at King's College, London. Learn More

    Stock Code: 100772

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