Lot 509 of 565:
Two 1st US Editions by Ellis Peters  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$250
Estimate:
$10 - $100

Title:
A Morbid Taste for Bones [with] One Corpse Too Many

Author:
Peters, Ellis [pseud. of Edith Pargeter]

Place:
New York

Publisher:
William Morrow

Date:
1978, 1980

Description:

2 volumes together. Both cloth-backed boards with jackets. First American Editions.

The first two novels in the Brother Cadfael series. 


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Condition:
Jackets with mild edgewear and light toning to flaps; volumes with foxing to edges; very good in near fine jackets.

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Item number:
309326a
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