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Drink the Green Water A Sultans Harem Mystery by Hugh Austin

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1948

Category:

Literature

Dust Jacket Condition:

Acceptable

Topic:

Literature & Fiction Mystery, Thriller

Publisher:

Charles Scribners Sons

Author:

Hugh Austin

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Item number:

946938

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Drink the Green Water A Sultans Harem Mystery Hugh Austin Drink the Green Water Young Caldwell's Toe Hugh Austin A Sultan's Harem Mystery New York: Charles Scribner, 1948 First edition 212 pages The pages are clean but tanned, the front hinge is cracking. The gold cover has some edge wear and the top of the spine is frayed. The jacket is edge worn, especially along the top and chipping along the spine and the spine is darkened. Good in fair dust-jacket. Hardcover. Sultan, Sultan Sultan, Counselors at Law was the mustiest and most dignified of New York law firms. Its only earthly representative was Wm Sultan, an old-young man of extreme decorum who busied himself with the preparation of his uncle's Life Letters. Only in one respect did the office differ from the other aged and decorous offices which were its neighbors, and that was Sultan's Harem (though the phrase would have horrified Wm). The Harem was Sultan's office staff which Wm had chosen with unconscious, yet certainly unerring, taste. The three were pretty, gay, irrepressible-and bored to death with the Life Letters. They wanted excitement and, most of all, a livelier Wm Sultan. They got both, along with several murders, in the affair of Young Caldwell's Toe. (#0000260)
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