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1 Ferrars, Elizabeth MURDER MOVES IN
London: The Crime Club/Collins, (1956). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Mild dampstaining to rear board, else about near fine; in an age-toned dust jacket with dampstaining to rear panel. 
Subtle, non-series crime novel by this "major figure among British mystery writers of this century."--Mary Helen Becker. Robina and Sam Melanby move house, perhaps too close to the home of a woman Sam used to be in love with, Martha Birch. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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2 Ferrars, Elizabeth THE CLOCK THAT WOULDN'T STOP
London: The Crime Club, [circa 1952]. First edition thus: Paperback. Hardcover. Two spits to the lower spine, inner hinges neatly repaired with binder's tape, mild rubbing and general light wear, minor creases to the rear cover, and the spine shows some fading, else very good in pictorial wraps. 
Blackmail story with a difference, told in the inimitable fashion by the gifted Elizabeth Ferrars (pseudonym of Morna Davis Brown [McTaggart], the English author who was born in Rangoon. A White Circle Crime Club detective novel #242c. Scarce. 
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