Bernard Spilsbury His Life and Cases

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Author: Douglas G. Browne & E.V. Tullett
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Hard Cover

1976 Edition. First published by George G. Harrap in 1951.
Publisher - White Lion Publishers, London.
Cover is hard bound in blue cloth. Top corners bumped but otherwise good condition.
Dust Jacket is present. Not price clipped. Small hole in rear cover. Tanning on edges.
End Papers are intact, white.
Preliminaries – Foreword; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; List of Illustrations.
Main Text Body - 422 Pages. Fine and clean.   
End Matters – Index.
Edges are even and unworn.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Gilt lettering.

Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

For nearly half a century, one man was criminal pathologist supreme in the United Kingdom. His name made a thousand headlines. That man was Sir BErnard Spilsbury, and this is no ordinary biography of him. Illustrated with official photographs, many of which have never before been made available for general inspection, it is the fascinating record of his work on the big British crimes of fifty long years - from Crippen to the Antiquis case.

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