Spine a bit rolled, light reading crease, minor edge wear, covers show a little creasing and rubbing. Some tanning but text is clean and unmarked. A solid copy.
An Inspector George Felse Mystery.
"The knocker hung on a very special door—oak, heavy, with a late-Gothic arch, and apparently a late-Gothic curse. Then the door was moved from an old house, once an abbey, to the village church. Legend held that sinners who seized the knocker had their hands burned by the cold iron. But Gerry Bracewell didn’t die of burns, neither did a second victim. Had they knocked on death’s door, or was a more down-to-earth killer at large? Detective Chief Inspector George Felse had passed through the village of Mottisham and watched the ceremony enacted to rededicate the door. Little did Inspector Felse know that soon he would be called back to investigate murder."; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall