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Reading copy. Ex-library with typical stamps and markings. Green cloth with black lettering, 246 pp. Spine a bit shaken and cocked, corners chipped, some edge wear, a little spotting to edges, tape residue to boards and end papers, back board starting to separate, black line inked across bottom edge. Text is clean and unmarked. Jacket in new Brodart, moderate edge wear with some chipping at corners, 1" chip at base of spine, 1" tear from base of front flap, some tape residue inside jacket. A solid reading copy.
"No one wept for Billington-Smith. No one mourned his passing. During the weekend that preceded his death he had given everyone in his family cause to wish him dead.
"His wife ... whom he had publicly humiliated. His son ... whom he had disinherited in a violent scene. His son's fiancee ... whom he had actively loathed. His nephew ... who had money trouble and whom he'd refused to help. His sister-in-law ... who, worst of all, was not in the least afraid of him ...
"Altogether, eleven people wished him dead -- but which one had partnered death on a morning stroll?"; Ex-Library; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall
Title: The Unfinished Clue
Edition: First American Edition
Publisher: New York, E P Dutton: 1970
Book Condition: Good in Good dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 007175
Keywords: Mystery Fiction Detective Tales Murder Mystery Sir Arthur Billington-smith (fictitious Character) London England