Topic: Mystery [x]
Bookseller: Old Bookshop of Bordentown [x]
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1996.
First edition, first printing with numer line with "1". SIGNED BUT NOT PERSONALIZED "Best Wishes/ Mairiane Macdonald" on tne title page. Fine, some toning about more
New York: Minotaur Books, 2002.
Fine in fine dust jacket. First American edition. Hardcover. 230 pp. Knight Josse d'Acquin returns in this entry in the Hawkenlye medieval mystery series. In more
New York: Scribners, 1947.
Firts edition. WARMLY INSCRIBED ON THE FRONT FREE ENDPAPER: "For Giovanni Martinelli/ With the best wishes and admiration of the author/ Sincerely/ Dorothy Quick/ 1947". more
1987 NY: IPL,
First edition of this paperback original which was never published in hardcover. The scarcest of Baxt's mystery novels. A fully fine, glossy, unread copy. more
Cleveland: International Fiction Library, 1929.
First American edition. Grass green cloth stamped in black. Vintage novel of mystery and suspense set on the Cornish coast of England. Very good in more
Boston: Godine, 1982.
The fifth mystery featuring Rocksburg, Pennsylvania Police Chief Mario Balzic. a tight, fine copy of the BCE in crisp, lightly toned dust jacket. more
NY: Mystery House, 1944.
Salmon-colored cloth lettered in dark brown; 288 pps. "A smartly paced and delightfully written mystery novel of New York" (according to the jacket blurb) in more
NY: Stokes, 1935.
First edition. Black cloth stamped in red. Vintage mystery novel with a big-league hockey setting. A tight, generally fine copy, very minimal touch of wear more
Simon & Schuster, 1998.
First edition. Hardcover, 294 pp. An Elizabethan mystery featuring Ursula Blanchard, one of queen's ladies in waiting who also acts secretly as a royal agent more
New York: A.L. Burt, 1937.
Orange cloth stamped in black. 251 pp. Vintage mystery. A green ace of diamonds is the calling card for murder. Near fine, a bit bumped more
Hurst, Edward H.
Boston: L.C. Page, 1907.
First edition. Grey cloth lettered in gilt and black and with front cover design in red and black of a young woman holding two gilt more
Parker, Robert B and Penzler, Otto (eds.)
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997.
AS NEW IN DUST JACKET, First edition, Hardcover. 357 pp. SIGNED ON THE TITLE PAGES BY ROBERT B. PARKER AND OTTO PENZLER (WHO EDITED THIS more
New York: Morrow, 1941.
First edition. Buff colored cloth lettered and decorated in green. 272 pp. Scarce. New York private eye Joe South was as pushover for any job---what more
New York: Kensington, 1999.
First edition of the author's first novel and first in this series of charming mystery novels featuring young widowed mother/ literary agent/ sleuth Jane Stuart more
New York: Macauley, 1926.
First American edition. Hardcover in black cloth lettered in yellow. 251 pp. No statement of edition or other printings on copyright page as is correct. more
Peters, Ellis (pseud. Edith Pargeter)
Garden City: Doubleday/ Crime Club, 1960.
First American edition (stated) of the author's second book, a murder mystery set in Austria. Very good, tasteful bookplate front pastedown. No jacket. Edith Pargeter, more
New York: The Mystery League, Inc, 1930.
First Edition. Hardcover in olive green cloth lettered in black. A vintage mystery. Near fine, bright, tight example with a few small bumps to top more
Gardner, Erle Stanley
New York: Morrow, 1964.
First edition. Hardcover in yellow cloth lettered in black. 251 pp. Tight example but with a rental library stamp on the half-title and rental record more
Bastable, Bernard (pseud Robert Barnard)
New York: Carroll & Graf Pub, 1996.
First American edition. AS NEW IN DUST JACKET. Hardcover. Whimsical alternative history in the form of a murder mystery. Its Germany, 1830, and an aging more
Rinehart, Mary Roberts
NY: Farrar & Rinehart, 1930.
Red cloth lettered in dark green. No statement of edition and not a first but jacket spine states "95th Thousand". Vintage mystery by one of more