Farjeon, J. Jefferson DEATH OF A WORLD
London: Collins, (1950). Second impression. In burgundy cloth with silver spine titling; pictorial dust jacket with artwork by N. Mainwaring. Hardcover. Very good plus: foxing to page edges, pages mildly tanned, tape stains to both sets of endsheets, owner's name to endsheet; in a very good minus dust jacket, price-clipped, worn, nicked at spine ends, soiled, all edges lined with age-darkened cello-tape.
"Well-written but dismal story in which an expedition from another world finds a dead Earth."--Tuck. J. Jefferson, much better known as a playwright and author of mysteries and Ruritanian romance, was brother to noted children's author Eleanor Farjeon.