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Sanders of the River, Edgar Wallace

£9.99

Product description

Published by Ward Lock & Co. date unknown ( No. 16 on spine)
Beige cloth covered boards with black title on spine, original DJ as issued, with picture of uniformed man in pith helmet and African villagers in traditional costume.
7.5" x 5.25". pp. 1-192.
Book Condition: Fine, no foxing or damage. Dust Jacket Condition: very good with small chip at bottom of spine and short split on top rear edge. Some foxing on inner surface of DJ.
It is not price-clipped, but front inner fly leaf has corner clipped below the price.
Inside back cover is a small gold label with retailers name 'Roffey & Clarke Ltd Corydon'.

A reprint edition of one of Wallace adventures featuring Mr. Commissioner Sanders.

"In a remote district of West Africa. Grim humour, pathos and tragedy are so skilfully blended and the incidents so vividly depicted, that it is hard to believe the are fictitious. Sanders is a remarkable personality. Keeping a watchful eye on a quarter of a million cannibal folk, his methods of administration are peculiarly his own and peculiarly useful."

A neat and tight copy of this adventure story

Item details

Author(s):
Wallace, Edgar
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
7.5 x 5.25 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Ward Lock and Co Ltd.
Title:
Sanders of the River

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About this item

Published by Ward Lock & Co. date unknown ( No. 16 on spine)
Beige cloth covered boards with black title on spine, original DJ as issued, with picture of uniformed man in pith helmet and African villagers in traditional costume.
7.5" x 5.25". pp. 1-192.
Book Condition: Fine, no foxing or damage. Dust Jacket Condition: very good with small chip at bottom of spine and short split on top rear edge. Some foxing on inner surface of DJ.
It is not price-clipped, but front inner fly leaf has corner clipped below the price.
Inside back cover is a small gold label with retailers name 'Roffey & Clarke Ltd Corydon'.

A reprint edition of one of Wallace adventures featuring Mr. Commissioner Sanders.

"In a remote district of West Africa. Grim humour, pathos and tragedy are so skilfully blended and the incidents so vividly depicted, that it is hard to believe the are fictitious. Sanders is a remarkable personality. Keeping a watchful eye on a quarter of a million cannibal folk, his methods of administration are peculiarly his own and peculiarly useful."

A neat and tight copy of this adventure story

Author(s):
Wallace, Edgar
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
7.5 x 5.25 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Ward Lock and Co Ltd.
Title:
Sanders of the River

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