EVIDENCE OF THINGS SEEN. Elizabeth Daly.

EVIDENCE OF THINGS SEEN.

New York, Toronto: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., [1943]. Octavo, pp. [1-6] [1-2] 3-279 [280: blank] 281 [282: blank], original beige cloth, front and spine stamped in purple. Fore edge and bottom edge rough cut. First edition. Review slip laid in. The sixth Henry Gamadge novel. "Attractive country setting in the Berkshires, where the newly married Clara awaits Gamadge's return from war work for a vacation. When the owner of their cottage is murdered on their hands it looks as though various seemingly supernatural phenomena of the week past had come to a focus. But Gamadge debunks everything very nicely, and the rather old dodge by which the strangling was done seems fresh enough." - Barzun & Taylor, A Catalogue of Crime (1989), 1031. Hubin, p. 211. Penzler, Bibliomysteries, p. 34. A fine copy in a nearly fine dust jacket with two light stains to the front panel and mild wear to the head of the spine panel. (23431). Item #23431

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