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Colonel Thorndyke's Secret by  G. A Henty - Hardcover - N.D. - from E Ridge fine Books and

Colonel Thorndyke's Secret

by Henty, G. A

Condition: Very Good

New York: Hurst & Company. Very Good. N.D.. Hardcover. (1898) This is a reprint, no date. Burgundy cloth blind stamped with gold decorative spine title block. Gilded top edge. Worn ends and corners with general tone throughout. Publishers introduction (iv) text smudged. Printed in the USA with the title "The Brahmin's Treasure". ; 342 pages .


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