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1 Carr, John Dickson (aka Carter Dickson) Fire, Burn!
New York Harper & Brothers 1957 First American Edition Hardcover Very Good in Good+ dust jacket 
Illustrated by Anderson, Rus (cover)

Black cloth over reddish brown cloth, white lettering, 265 pp, 'Notes for the Curious' at end. Spine slightly cocked, corners worn, minor edge wear, some darkening to pastedowns and edges. A bit of tanning but text is clean and unmarked. Jacket in new Brodart with moderate edge wear, some chipping mostly to corners and top and base of spine, some rubbing and darkening. Stated first edition, date code E-G (May, 1957 I believe). Overall a nice copy.

"London was wrapped in fog when Inspector John Cheviot got into a 20th century taxi. The city was still fogbound when he got out - but the cab was a hackney coach, and the year was 1829. There were things Cheviot remembered but could not use - like how to analyze fingerprints. And things he didn't know that he could have used - like how far advanced his love affair with the beautiful Lady Drayton really was. But there wasn't time to learn, because Cheviot suddenly found himself pitted against the cleverest murderer of his long Scotland Yard career."; 7" - 9" Tall
Price: 33.50 USD

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2 Dickson, Carter (aka John Dickson Carr) The Curse of the Bronze Lamp
New York Carroll & Graf 1986 0881841013 / 9780881841015 Mass Market Paperback Good 

Spine slanted, edgewear, corners a little bumped. Text yellowing, but clean and unmarked.

"The mysterious Middle East was where lovely Lady Helen had just returned from. In defiance of the most dire predictions, she carried back to Severn Hall a gift from the Egyptian government: and ancient bronze lamp. It had come from a tomb that Helen and her father had helped excavate. At the door, Helen stepped out of the car, leaving her friends to follow her into the Hall. Less than three minutes later they did-and Helen had vanished. On the floor, in the middle of the vast entrance hall, were her coat-and the bronze lamp!"; 6" - 7" Tall
Price: 4.75 USD

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3 Carr, John Dickson (aka Carter Dickson) Till Death Do Us Part
New York Berkley Medallion 1971 First Berkley Medallion Edition Mass Market Paperback Good 

Some edgewear, corners a bit bumped. Text is starting to yellow, but clean and unmarked.

"Dick Markham was engaged. . . to a murderess? Her victims were always found in a sealed room, Sir Harvey said, with a hypodermic containing the last drops of prussic acid by their side. And was he next? To be done in by this girl with a face of an angel - this girl he loved? 'We must set a trap,' said Sir Harvey. A few hours later Sir Harvey was dead - poisoned - in a sealed room. And Dr. Fell was left to pick up the pieces."; 6" - 7" Tall
Price: 4.75 USD

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