London: George Newnes, August 1892. [Literary Magazine] FIRST APPEARANCES. Octavo (25 x 17cm), pp.xvi; 113-220; xvii-xxii. With frequent black and white illustrations. Publisher's pale blue paper covers, priced at 6d. Housed in a light blue Strand card slipcase. Quite a crisp copy, with toning and spotting to edges, a few small closed tears to covers, and some loss to head and tail of spine. Very good. Featuring an interview with Arthur Conan Doyle by Harry How, in which he discusses Dr. Bell and his deductive methods. Also including 'The Story of the Great Cat's-Eye' by Donovan, and 'Zig-Zag Ursine' by Morrison, among other offerings. Item #58889
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