Title THE CASE AGAINST ANDREW FANE
Book Condition Near fine in yellow cloth with titles stamped in black; in a very good, lightly chipped illustrated dust jacket with a few nicks and tiny tears to the edges. Jacket art by Joan Frew.
Edition First U.S. edition, first printing.
Publisher New York: Dodd Mead & Company, 1931.
Seller ID 55967.00
An early Golden Age detective novel by Lucy Beatrice Malleson, who used the pen name of Anthony Gilbert to create 69 crime novels. Facing prison for fraud, Andrew Fane appeals to his eccentric uncle, who he discovers has been murdered. Fane investigates.