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Ironsides Sees Red

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Ironsides Sees Red
Victor Gunn
Collins, London, 1943.
Hardback; 130 x 190 mm; burgundy boards with silver titles on spine; 192 pages. Unclipped dust jacket.
The book is in fair condition. There are no loose pages but there is a serious crack along the gutter between the last page (192) and the back free endpaper (small dog ear) such that the cover is coming away from the signatures. The dust jacket is grubby with tears in various places. Internally the jacket is tanned as are the pages of the book although this may also be due to the quality of the paper used in wartime. There is a small tear at the bottom of page 15/16, and foxing and stains in places.
Victor Gunn was a pseudonym used by Edwy Searles Brooks (1889 - 1965). He was a British novelist who also wrote under the pen-names Berkeley Gray, Rex Madison, and Carlton Ross. In this story Ironsides, Chief Inspector William Cromwell of the Yard, is on holiday with his young assistant Johnny Lister. The action takes place on the Cornish moors, the Peak District, and a holiday camp on the Isle of Wight, Ironsides finding himself up against a baffling mystery and a ruthless killer.

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Author(s):
Victor Gunn
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1943
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
Collins
Title:
Ironsides Sees Red

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Ironsides Sees Red
Victor Gunn
Collins, London, 1943.
Hardback; 130 x 190 mm; burgundy boards with silver titles on spine; 192 pages. Unclipped dust jacket.
The book is in fair condition. There are no loose pages but there is a serious crack along the gutter between the last page (192) and the back free endpaper (small dog ear) such that the cover is coming away from the signatures. The dust jacket is grubby with tears in various places. Internally the jacket is tanned as are the pages of the book although this may also be due to the quality of the paper used in wartime. There is a small tear at the bottom of page 15/16, and foxing and stains in places.
Victor Gunn was a pseudonym used by Edwy Searles Brooks (1889 - 1965). He was a British novelist who also wrote under the pen-names Berkeley Gray, Rex Madison, and Carlton Ross. In this story Ironsides, Chief Inspector William Cromwell of the Yard, is on holiday with his young assistant Johnny Lister. The action takes place on the Cornish moors, the Peak District, and a holiday camp on the Isle of Wight, Ironsides finding himself up against a baffling mystery and a ruthless killer.

Author(s):
Victor Gunn
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1943
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
Collins
Title:
Ironsides Sees Red

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