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Death of a Star – G D H & M Cole [1934]

£69.00

Product description

Hardback with blue boards, published by Collins for the Crime Club. Fourth impression, 1934 (first published 1932).

The story:
When the severed head of a movie star is found in a taxi, the police have many questions. But the mystery only deepens as the investigation begins.

George Douglas Howard Cole (1889-1959) and his wife, Dame Margaret Isabel Cole née Postgate (1893-1980), were Fabians and socialist politicians who also took up detective story writing as a team, penning some 30 titles between 1925 and 1948.

Hardback, no dust jacket. Spine faded, spotted and cocked. Boards faded at edges. Internally, previous owner’s name on front pastedown and foxing. Binding is slightly cracked but all pages are well held.

Item details

Author(s):
Cole, G D H & M
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
12 cm x 18 cm, 4.5 in x 7 in
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
252
Publisher:
Collins Crime Club
Title:
Death of a Star

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About this item

Hardback with blue boards, published by Collins for the Crime Club. Fourth impression, 1934 (first published 1932).

The story:
When the severed head of a movie star is found in a taxi, the police have many questions. But the mystery only deepens as the investigation begins.

George Douglas Howard Cole (1889-1959) and his wife, Dame Margaret Isabel Cole née Postgate (1893-1980), were Fabians and socialist politicians who also took up detective story writing as a team, penning some 30 titles between 1925 and 1948.

Hardback, no dust jacket. Spine faded, spotted and cocked. Boards faded at edges. Internally, previous owner’s name on front pastedown and foxing. Binding is slightly cracked but all pages are well held.

Author(s):
Cole, G D H & M
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
12 cm x 18 cm, 4.5 in x 7 in
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
252
Publisher:
Collins Crime Club
Title:
Death of a Star

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