Mrs McGinty's Dead. Agatha CHRISTIE, Dame.

Mrs McGinty's Dead.

London: The Crime Club by Collins, 1952. [Crime fiction] FINELY BOUND FIRST EDITION. Octavo (19 x 13cm), pp.188; [4] of advertisements. Finely bound by the Baker Bindery, Anniston, Alabama in green full morocco, with gilt titles and decoration to spine, green patterned paste-paper endpapers, generous turn-ins ruled in gilt, with gilt motifs of dagger, pistol, moustache and knitting needles tooled as the four corner-pieces, all edges gilt. Original cloth spine and upper bound in at rear. Internally clean and bright. A fine copy in a handsome leather binding. "Mrs McGinty was dead. She was hit on the back of the head with some sharp, heavy implement and her pitifully small savings were taken... The inimitable Poirot, with his slightly comical aspect, his "little grey cells" and his genuinely warm heart, returns in an ingenious detective novel that once again earns for Agatha Christie the justifiable epithet of "incomparable"." Item #60811

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