Seventh in the Strangers and Brothers series, this is a novel of conflict exploring the world of the great Anglo-Jewish banking families between the two World Wars.Seventh in the Strangers and Brothers series, this is a novel of conflict exploring the world of the great Anglo-Jewish banking families between the two World Wars.Read Less
 1962, 2nd printing. (Mass market paperback)...Good.......Previous owner's signature. Spine and cover creases. There is some tearing or separating at the base of the spine, sticker residue....Cover illustration by George Him....(Fiction)
Good in ACCEPTABLE jacket. 1958. First Edition. 337 pages. Red cloth hardcover, with unclipped dustjacket. Slightly tanned pages and firm binding with light tanning on fore-edge. Boards are good, clean, with slight bumping on corners and spine ends. Dj is acceptable, slight tanning and rubbing on rearm with fair creasing and occasional tears along extremities.
Fine in Fine jacket. 342 pages First American edition, first printing. Dust jacket design by Sydney Butchkes. Number seven in the Lewis Eliot series. Fine book in a near fine dust jacket with just a touch of tanning to the spine and small (1/8"; by 3/4") chip to the top of the front cover. A beautiful copy!
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