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Two Women in Black by James Mooney 1890 Donohue, Henneberry

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1890

Category:

Literature

Author:

James Mooney

Publisher:

Donohue, Henneberry and Co.

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Item number:

946611

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Two Women in Black by James Mooney 1890 Donohue, Henneberry Two Women in Black James Mooney Marvelous Career of a Noted Forger Mooney Boland Detective Series Chicago: Donohue Henneberry and Co., 1890 288 pages Caxton Edition Illustrated by True Williams The front hinge is cracked and the binding is broken but all pages are present and attached. The pages are tanned, foxed, and have brown age spots. There is a name written on the free front end paper. The cover is edge worn, stained on the back and the spine lettering is faded. Fair. Hardcover. Chapter 1: The paying teller of the Argus Trust Co., Broadway, New York, was not at all surprised when, on the morning of July 8, 187-, a middle-aged gentleman, accompanied by a closely-veiled lady dressed in deep mourning, came to his window and presented a check for 64,000, signed by the President of the City Life Insurance Co., and payable to the order of Martha Hopkirk. It is true the amount of the check was unusually large; but every one knew that James Hopkirk, the enterprising commission merchant, who died three months before, had left his widow in affluent circumstances, and the newspapers had published the fact that among his valuable papers were policies in the City Life aggregating 64,000....(#0000244)
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