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English Historical Documents 1042 - 1189 (Volume Two)

By: Douglas, David C and George W. Greenaway (eds.)

Price: NZ$116.00

Publisher: London, Eyre & Spottiswoode: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 9599

Condition: Fair with no dust jacket


Ex-Library, "Otago University History Department." Hinges broken. ; xxiv, 1014 pages. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Page dimensions: 238mm x 155mm. Volume Two only of the series covering 1042 - 1189. ; 8vo View more info

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Death Went Hunting

By: Douglas, George

Price: NZ$40.60

Publisher: London, Robert Hale: (1967)

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 17258

Condition: Good+ in Good+ dust jacket


Ex-library, with rubber stamp "Waipori Falls Library" and sticker on front endpaper. No other library markings. Upper corners of boards knocked. Dustjacket protected in archival mylar cover. ; 192 pages. Black boards with silver lettering on spine. Crime fiction. "A meet of foxhounds, an interruption by anti-blood-sports demonstrators and a woman found shot in a lonely country lane bring Chief Inspector Hallam and Sergeant 'Jack' Spratt of the Deniston C.I.D. one of their most intricate and fast-moving cases" - from dustjacket blurb. ; 8vo View more info

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Unwanted Witness

By: Douglas, George

Price: NZ$50.00

Publisher: London, Robert Hale: (1966)

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 21329

Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket


No signatures. Rubbing to edges of dust-jacket spine. 6mm tears at ends of dust-jacket spine. Dust-jacket protected in archival mylar cover.; 189, [3 (blank)] pages. Black boards with silver lettering on spine. Page dimensions: 184 x 120mm. Crime fiction, a novel. "Edmund Bradley, archivist of the Department of Regional History at the University of Deniston, is found murdered in his office." - from dust-jacket blurb. "The two police cars swung out of the main traffic rush into the quieter confines of Archer Row." - the opening sentence. View more info