THE MILL HOUSE MURDER: BEING THE LAST OF THE ADVENURES OF RONALD CAMBERWELL. Fletcher.

THE MILL HOUSE MURDER: BEING THE LAST OF THE ADVENURES OF RONALD CAMBERWELL. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1937. Octavo, pp. [1-14] [1-2] 3-268 [269: blank] [270: "a note on the type in which this book is set"] [271-272: ads] [273-274: blank] [note: first and last leaves are blanks], original green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in brown, top edge stained brown, other edges trimmed. First U.S. edition. The last of the Ronald Camberwell mysteries, completed after Fletcher's death by mystery critic Edward Powys Mathers and posthumously published in the UK as TODMANHAWE GRANGE (1937). Hubin (1994), p. 291. Rental library stamp on front free endpaper (no other library marks), a very good to near fine copy in good to about very pictorial dust jacket with shelf wear at edges, 13x38 mm chip from upper edge of front panel affecting the top half of "THE" in title, and light dust soiling to rear panel. A somewhat uncommon book. (#128790).

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