Death and the Joyful Woman

By: Peters, Ellis

Price: NZ$36.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Fair in Poor dust jacket

Ex-Library. Library stamps and markings. Foxing. Dustjacket tatty, faded, and foxed. Dustjacket with adhesive tape at margins, chips, and tears. Dustjacket protected in archival mylar cover. A rough reading copy, not in collectable condition.; 256 pages. Red papered boards. Page dimensions: 183mm x 118mm. "Alfred Armiger had laid his vulgar, clever hands on a beautiful house and turned it into The Jolly Barmaid [. . .]" - from dustjacket blurb. "The first time Dominic Felse saw Kitty Norris she was dancing barefoot along the broad rail of the terrace at the Boat Club, in a cloud of iris-coloured nylon, a silver sandal dangling from either hand." - the opening sentence.

Title: Death and the Joyful Woman

Author Name: Peters, Ellis

Categories: Category Available, test2,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Collins / The Crime Club: (1961)

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair in Poor dust jacket

Seller ID: 17621