Freeman, R. Austin
Title PONTIFEX, SON AND THORNDYKE
Book Condition Very slight lean to the spine, tanning to the endsheets, small chip missing from the upper corner of the last text page, else very good plus in orange cloth with black-stamped titles and decoration; in a fine high quality FACSIMILE dust jacket.
Edition First U.S. edition. Donaldson 29b.
Publisher New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1931.
Seller ID 32524.00
The thirteenth Dr. Thorndyke novel is presented in two narratives: one being Thorndyke's investigation of a horrible murder, and the second is the story of a young messenger boy who witnesses the event that holds the key to Thorndyke solving the case.