The Man of Death by Arthur Gask 1st / 1st 1946
London: Herbert Jenkins, (1946). This is a very good copy. The wrapper has been price clipped and features moderate signs of wear at the corners. The spine of the wrapper suffers from light separation at the top and tail. It remains highly presentable. The text blocks are bright and white, without signs of foxing. The boards are with light marks but firmly bound to the spine. Overall, this is a highly presentable copy of a scarce publication. A Gilbert Larose mystery in which the retired detective is called upon to help a Cambridge Professor living in isolation on the Norfolk coast who believes he is being watched.