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The Glass Village by Ellery Queen 1954 Little Brown HC/DJ

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1954

Category:

Literature

Dust Jacket Condition:

Acceptable

Publisher:

Little, Brown

Author:

Ellery Queen

Topic:

Fiction

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Item number:

948526

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The Glass Village by Ellery Queen 1954 Little Brown HC/DJ The Glass Village Ellery Queen Little Brown and Co. Copyright 1954 217 pages Book Club edition The binding is in good condition. The pages are clean but tanned and a few scattered brown age spots and the end papers are browning. The red/brown cover has a tack size hole on the back. The jacket is edge worn and the spine is very faded. Good in acceptable dust-jacket. Hardcover. For thirty years old Judge Shinn has delivered the Fourth of July oration on the little village green. He has said again and again "There is no liberty without justice," and "Let one man be deprived of his liberty, or his property, or his life without due process of law, and the liberty and property and lives of all of us are in danger." When mere accusation takes the place of evidence, freedom is in peril. To Shinn Corners, the "outside" has always been suspect. Only a few years back, a "furriner" killed a Shinn Corners man and "got away with it," thanks to the jury over in Cudbury who, with fancy talk about Justice and A Fair Trial, let him off on a plea of self-defense. Shinn Connors has never gotten over that; resentment lies in the streets like dynamite, ready to explode at a touch. and now murder strikes, claiming as its victim the best loved citizen of the village. (#0000319)
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