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1974. 270 pages. Brown dust jacket with white lettering over brown cloth.Clean pages with firm binding.Mild wear and bumping to spine, board edges and corners.Unclipped dust jacket. Mild wear to edges and corners. Heavy sunning to spine. Moderate staining to DJ. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: Six different enterprises occupy Staircase One of Fountain Inn on Chancery Lane. Ben and Helen Brown of General Factotums on the third floor find themselves hired to investigate the Society for Progressive Rehabilitation on the second floor. Meanwhile their secretary Grace is falling in love with the architect George Crane who works on the first floor. There is a kidnapped lady to rescue, a historical document that may or may not be a forgery, and a thrilling chase from London to Wales before the story reaches its happy ending. Happy for some, that is, not for the villains.
Titel: Fountain Inn
Verlag: William Heinemann Ltd
Buchbeschreibung London, Thomas Harper, for Lawrence Chapman, 1637. (24) 252 p. Rebound half Cloth, contemporary boards, 8° (page 117/118 in handwritten copy). Artikel-Nr. 6628