THIRTEEN STRANGE TALES. London: Lawson & Dunn, . Octavo, pp. [1-7] 8-96, illustrated with silhouettes for each story, original decorated cream boards printed in red and black. First edition. "A mixed collection of crime and mystery, with a few supernatural tales; very slight, undeveloped material, hardly more than sketches. One of the many curious, and ephemeral, little publications that appeared in Britain just after the war." - Robert Knowlton. Hubin (1994), p. 463. Day, The Supplemental Checklist of Fantastic Literature, p. 48. Boards worn at edges and dust soiled, a good copy with clean and tight interior and an old owner's rubber stamp on half-title page. A decent copy of a fragile, cheaply made book. (#118643).
"Published ... / ... / 1946" on copyright page.