London: George Newnes, March and April 1903. [Literary Magazine] FIRST APPEARANCES. Two octavo magazines (27 x 18cm), pp.lxxvi; 241-360; lxxvii-lxxxiv; pp.lxxx; 361-480; lxxxi-lxxviii. With frequent in-text illustrations. Publisher's pale blue paper covers titled in dark blue, stapled twice. Presented in black cloth-covered chemise case with gilt titles to spine. First volume exceptionally crisp and clean, with just a few nicks to covers, and a large loss to final advert leaf. Second volume more heavily rubbed, with some toning, spotting and a few chips and tears to covers, as well as a loss to tail of spine. Very good. Both parts of Adams' weird tale 'The Flying Death,' in which a mysterious beach-murder turns out to have been committed by a rogue dinosaur, together with some later parts of Doyle's 'Etienne Gerard,' two short stories by Jacobs, and a short story by Wells. Item #57798
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