Being Tales of Randolph Mason as Related by his Private Secretary, Courtlandt Parks. Pp. vi, 302. 8vo. Bound in red cloth with gilt lettering to front board and colour decoration to front board and spine. Slight spine slant, some darkening along bottom of binding (from moisture exposure), some soiling, general edgewear, ink stamp to half-title page, some tide marks to contents; good-.
Hardcover. Octavo. vi + 302pp. Original red cloth illustrated in black and white, and lettered in gilt on upper board, black lettering to spine. 'Melville Davisson Post (1869 – 1930) was an American author, who wrote detective fiction. Post's best-known character is the mystery solving, justice dispensing "Uncle Abner". This volume is the 3rd in a series revolving around Randolph Mason, a lawyer whose knowledge of the law is so great that he can get away with just about anything. Covers a bit rubbed and darkened, extremities a little bruised & chafed, with some loss and fraying at lower spine, page edges darkened, bookplate on front pastedown, lacking front blank, old adhesive label to lower edge of last leaf, paper toned, unmarked. Overall a tight, clean Good copy (no dust jacket).
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