Search results for: 'CARR, John Dickson'
CARR, John Dickson. The Emperor's Snuff-Box.
New York : 1942First edition, first printing, first issue dust jacket with blurbs for five other Harper books on the rear panel. Generally considered as one of Carr's best novels, The Emperor's Snuff-Box was adapted into the 1957 film, That Woman Opposite, directed by Compton Bennett. Published simultaneously in the UK by Hamilton. Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 104432
(CARR, John Dickson.) DICKSON, Carter. The Department of Queer Complaints.
London : 1940First UK edition, first printing. Author's first book of short stories, seven of them featuring Colonel March of Scotland Yard. A Queen's Quorum title. Three of the author's other publications are Haycraft Queen Cornerstone titles. Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 100873
ASHTON-WOLFE, H. The Underworld:
London : First edition, first impression. Nine true crimes stories described by the Daily Graphic (and trumpeted proudly on the front of the jacket) as "staggering secrets of the sleuth-hound". Harry Ashton-Wolfe (1861-1959) is described by Andrew Lycett, in his biography of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, as "one of Conan Doyle's more colourful friends in the criminological... Learn More£150.00
Stock Code: 113408