Author:MacDonald, Philip


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By: MacDonald, Philip

Price: $250.00

Publisher: New York/London, Harper & Brothers: 1928

Edition: 1st American Edition (C-C)

Seller ID: 19687

Condition: Near Fine in Good+ dj

[minimal shelfwear, faint soiling to edges of text block, vintage bookseller's label (Newbegins, San Francisco) on rear pastedown; jacket has a rather nasty ragged diagonal tear across the top of the front panel, with a small bit of associated paper loss, a few tiny tears and a bit of wrinkling along bottom edge]. World War I novel, derived from the author's own experiences (as were most British war novels of the 1920s and 1930s), telling of "the grisly adventures of an English patrol fighting Arabs in Mesopotamia . . . a small party of cavalrymen who, by mischance, are left alone to face... View more info

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The List of Adrian Messenger

By: MacDonald, Philip

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Garden City NY, Doubleday & Company, Inc. for The Crime Club: 1959

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 18559


Condition: Good in Very Good+ dj

[an ex-rental library copy, with library stamps on ffep somewhat "whitewashed" over, the page additionally adorned with orange-marker scribble of ex-owner's name and a large semi-circle, the rear endpaper also containing an orange-marker drawing of a box and a couple of light tape-stains; other than these imprecations, however, the book is only slightly worn and quite presentable; jacket shows just a bit of wear at extremities and very minor surface rubbing, suggesting that it was covered by a jacket protector for most of its life]. Suspense/crime novel, about a series of murders linke... View more info

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The Noose

By: MacDonald, Philip

Price: $150.00

Publisher: New York, A.L. Burt Company: (c.1930)

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 19298

Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good dj

[slight bump to top rear corner, scrunching to bottom corners of last ten pages or so, light age-toning to page edges; jacket moderately worn, with small tears and occasional slight paper loss at several corners]. Reprint edition of this early MacDonald title, featuring Anthony Gethryn, "a detective of the nonchalant, super-dangerous sort who gives the reader a thrill with every drawl." Vintage printings of this book in any kind of jacket are scarce; the design here replicates that of the first American edition, albeit with a slightly different color scheme. View more info