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The Maul and the Pear Tree

By: James, P. D.; Critchley, T. A.

Price: $4.75

Publisher: New York, NY, Warner Books, Incorporated: 1996

Edition: Tenth Printing

Seller ID: 001680

ISBN: 0445405627

Condition: Near Fine


Slight edge wear, two small spots on front cover. A clean, tight copy. "During a dark night in December 1811, in London's East End, a tradesman, his young wife, sleeping baby, and a shop boy were battered to death in their home. Days later, a pub owner, his wife, and a servant were similarly killed. No motive was found." James and police historian Critchley recreate this infamous crime, scouring old records and proving the wrong man was arrested. Then they name the killer who went free."; 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall View more info

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The Maul and the Pear Tree

By: James, P. D.; Critchley, T. A.

Price: $10.50

Publisher: New York, Mysterious Press: 1986

Seller ID: 005422

ISBN: 089296152X

Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket


234 pp, bibliography, list of persons involved, b/w illustrations and reproductions, endpapers have map of the Ratcliffe Highway area. Blue cloth spine over orange boards. Spine slightly slanted, corners bumped, slight edge wear, binding fairly tight. Jacket has slight edge wear, some rubbing, spine slightly sunned. An attractive copy. "During a dark night in December 1811, in London's East End, a tradesman, his young wife, sleeping baby, and a shop boy were battered to death in their home. Days later, a pub owner, his wife, and a servant were similarly killed. No motive was found.&#... View more info

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The Maul and the Pear Tree

By: James, P. D.; Critchley, T. A.

Price: $3.95

Publisher: New York, Mysterious Press: 1996

Seller ID: 005777

ISBN: 0445405627

Condition: Good


Spine slightly slanted, cover creased and scuffed a bit with 1/2" tear, corners bumped. Text is clean and unmarked. "During a dark night in December 1811, in London's East End, a tradesman, his young wife, sleeping baby, and a shop boy were battered to death in their home. Days later, a pub owner, his wife, and a servant were similarly killed. No motive was found." James and police historian Critchley recreate this infamous crime, scouring old records and proving the wrong man was arrested. Then they name the killer who went free."; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall View more info